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The Sunday Snap 38
The Friday Snap (TFS 5)
Sometimes looking up provides interesting views and interesting signs.
The Friday Snap (TFS 3)
These carousels are filled with color, light and sound
Outdoors Looking Indoors
Standing in one spot pays off, especially in front of an art installation in Hyde Park, Sydney which allowed me to capture images of people stopping and appreciating the work done by the exhibiting photographers and artists. I’m forever amazed by the inspirational work done by so many photographers from all genres and I takeContinue reading “Outdoors Looking Indoors”
Have you ever paid to take a photo
They saw me, I saw them and I had already decided that I was going to take their photo but every time I brought the camera up to eye level, they both turned away from me so I couldn’t see their faces, but when the camera was lowered they had their hands out wanting money.
5 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started out in Photography
I got a little older this year an hopefully a little wiser which makes me think if I was to magically go back in time what advice would I give my younger self about photograph. Apart from investing in three small unknown companies (Apple, Samsung and Facebook) these are the top 5 things I wished I’d known when I started out in photography.
The Rocky Doughnut
The theme for this week’s photo challenge is Rock and while my initial thoughts were to photograph my family because they are my rock, it was at the point I found out that there is no way on Earth they would allow me take their photo and then publish it. I tried to sweeten theContinue reading “The Rocky Doughnut”
I Wonder if…..
I wonder if the politicians across the globe actually listen to the climate change protesters? I’m often in wonder if the skate boarder managed to land the trick ? and I wonder if I should join a gym or maybe get a tattoo or two which leaves me wondering if I should join in thisContinue reading “I Wonder if…..”
Sunrise (frustrations) at the Lighthouse
Deciding that the best photo taken this morning was not one taken by me left me with the option of just watching the sunrise as I considered how far I could chuck a tripod off a cliff (and the cost of a replacement tripod).