Weekly Photo Challenge: Early Bird

I was looking through my back catalogue today and realised that I have only one or two sunrise photographs but loads of sunsets. That got me to thinking, why? The answer is simple. I don’t do mornings. Or to be more precise I don’t do photography in the mornings. With a sunset it’s predictable. You... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: The World Through Your Eyes

I came late to digital photography buying my first digital camera in 2004: a Fuji S304. Previous to that I owned a Praktika film SLR which I mainly used for family photographs when we were on holiday. Digital opened up a new world to me. It allowed me to to experiment with different styles and... Continue Reading →

Capture The Colour

Somehow or other this morning I found my way on to Jason Teale's blog and noticed an article about Capture the Colour a competition run by TravelSupermarket.com. The idea is quite simple, show 5 photographs on your blog using the theme Blue, Green, Yellow, White and Red, and write about them. Nothing could be simpler.... Continue Reading →

All In A Row

  A while back I had the good fortune to visit and tour around parts of Western Australia. One of the places I stayed at was right in the heart of the Yanchep National Park, beside Loch McNess, named after Sir Charles McNess, a wealthy Western Australian philanthropist. Also known as Yanchep Lake and Wagardu... Continue Reading →

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