Sometimes in life, we come to a fork in the road and we must decide what path to choose and choose wisely. The decision I faced was not deep with philosophy but if we wanted to end our adventure or continue on. Until next time happy shooting
there are some blog posts in the works which just require a little motivation to be completed but what better way to start with a photo challenge
I mean its not that hard, the subject/topic is released on Tuesday and must be submitted by Sunday but I keep getting those two mixed up.
The photos had character which is something that seems to be lacking with digital. Sure digital is a lot easier but having the finished product in your hands after waiting a week or more, to me at least, is being creative.
Some of the locals did venture out for their morning walks, swims or surfs. This fella was tied up to the railing and kept an eye on his owner out in the surf. The rain didn’t bother him at all.
Whilst wandering around in the central deserts of Australia, I found this old Holden car which nature had started to reclaim. Rust was slowly eating away at the panel work and all of the valuable parts had also been removed. Some one also had decided that it was a good spot to set up campContinue reading “Old Holden’s Never Die !”
The floating markets in Thailand are a hive of activity throughout the day and into the night. These floating markets provide the opportunity for the locals to sell their produce such as fish, fruit and vegetables. The boardwalk is narrow and most of the merchants sell their produce or cook you a meal from their boats. TheContinue reading “Floating Markets”
Can you guess which chain is closer ?
Cedar Creek, Queensland, Australia after extensive rainfall Photographer: Gavin Crook | Thief Images