Although it may not be the original intention, my interpretation of the Australian Aboriginal walk-about is to sing nature back into existence.
The Aboriginals go "walk-about " to hear the voice of nature: of rocks, trees, streams, bushes, birds and insects.
When I go walk-about with my lens I want to sing existence back into the old and neglected objects that I discover. I want to give them a voice. I found all of these surfaces and settings within a few meters from each other in a sleepy French village.
Please take an unhurried look and see if you can hear them sing. I have opened one up so you can better appreciate the textures. Je crois qu'ils sont beau.