Market Life

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.

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A Man, His Dog and the Car

This isn’t really about a Man, his dog and the car at all but rather its all about a technique called Panning. Now panning isn’t really that hard to achieve at all and its a lot of fun trying this technique out. So the idea with the panning technique is to try and capture motionContinue reading “A Man, His Dog and the Car”

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POTD: The Morning Sun Peaks Over The Clouds

  I have been busy photographing families and their friends recently which has prevented me from doing any personal projects. I would have to think that the perfect way to start the day is to see a sunrise like this and after seeing it, it was worthwhile being tired for the rest of the day.Continue reading “POTD: The Morning Sun Peaks Over The Clouds”

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Twin Cats

Well, they’re not my cats and they do look like twins thats for sure and I wouldn’t like the food bill either however these two tigers would make a very good security tool, Imagine coming face to face with one of these cats when they broke in. Then again, after that you might not haveContinue reading “Twin Cats”

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Old Soldiers

Every time I go to Shorncliffe Pier, its overcast and the morning is not what its supposed to be, there is no spectacular sunrise, the only thing going in my favour is the tide but you can’t waste an opportunity especially since you got out of bed at a ridiculous hour. So you have toContinue reading “Old Soldiers”

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Queensland Floods

The Queensland Floods have affected many thousands of people and will continue to do so for months, if not for years to come. Today, the people of Brisbane and South East Queensland have mobilised to help the people clean up. The Brisbane City Council was expecting 6000 to turn out but it has been reportedContinue reading “Queensland Floods”

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