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I’m never exactly sure as to what is allowed with photography in airports, so like nearly everyone else, the DSLR camera has in the past stayed in the bag. Up until recently I decided that
Don’t Drive Like A………..
These fantastic road signs in the South Australian Outback are pretty much straight to the point and I wish there was more of them around the country. Its just a pity that more people don’t take notice of them and drive to the road conditions and the speed limit.
As a kid, I used to either pull them apart to be able to put them together correctly or remove the stickers on the sides to match the colours. I think I may have some trouble doing that with this one. Its huge !
Icons in Summer
Icons, they are incredibly hard to photograph. They have been photographed from nearly every angle and all hours of the day and night but I still can’t help myself photographing a famous icon such as the Sydney Opera House. The other thing that I always seem to notice is that when I do photograph these icons, there are photographers everywhere, absolutely everywhere.
The Sleeping Beast
There is more than a considerable amount of roadworks being undertaken around home at the moment which could only provide that opportunity to photograph some of the plant equipment that is parked around the area. I found this scraper sleeping quietly in the grassy field.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument
I am probably a bit late for this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument but better be late than never so here is the Sydney Opera House which is lit up with various themes during the Sydney Vivid Festival and is quite an attraction for photographers who seem to be at every turn and every vantage point.
The Dark Ride
The Country Shows are a pretty good spot to be able to grab some shots of rides, people who attend the show and the people who run the rides and the attractions which are usually two different types of people. There are also some opportunities to be able to do some long exposure shots of the rides as the whip around
Love markets, they are full of life and colour with people from all walks of life looking for that bargain or doing their weekly fruit and veggie shop. Some markets have live bands which are fantastic and most have hot food from all cultures which only brings amazing smells and sights. As I took this photo the stall vendor was being told that he had 15 minutes left before he had to close and start to pack up to leave which left him with large amounts of cooked food and a long line of unhappy customers.