Posts Tagged ‘travel photography’

A little bit of green

29/07/2019

 

Photos of a very enjoyable bush walk, and an invitation for tips on editing the colour. I don’t always find it easy to get the right balance of red, green and blue in these bush images. Thank you beforehand.

 

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Flowers in a different light

26/06/2019

 

Outside

Inside

 

Some florists have a particular talent for showing their beautiful and colourful products. On one of my walks I came across this one, and just loved the low lighting.

Stay tuned for more flower(shop) photos.

Bushwalk

30/04/2019

 

Taken with mobile phone on a lovely bushwalk. Delighted to find the silver fern’s koru, which signifies ‘new life and growth’, and the face with the cicada nymph exoskeleton as a tattoo!

Handicraft

25/01/2019

 

I thought I would start the new year with some handicraft. It’s something that inspires me and I’m planning to do this year, hoping to be able to combine it with my photography in some way.

 

 

These images were shot in Geyer, a small town in Saxony, Germany. There was a medieval festival the day I visited to celebrate that Geyer had been a town already for 550 years. It was an unexpected and fun morning! And now I’m off to my crochet workshop……

Wonderful Shopwindow

24/11/2018

On my travels I enjoy looking at shop windows. They can tell a lot about the area. This one was in Geyer, a little town in Germany, which recently celebrated (with a Medieval Festival) that 550 years ago it had officially become a town.

Avenue of the Giants

29/10/2018

Avenue of the Giants in Northern California runs through Humboldt Redwoods State Park, which is home to the tallest trees in the world, the amazing Redwoods. It is an absolutely beautiful, quiet and peaceful place, and I feel very lucky to have been able to experience it.

Misty Beach

17/09/2018

Rooftop Rainbow

08/07/2018

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

29/05/2018

 

Filtered Landscape

28/04/2018

 

Taken through a car window on a trip through the Netherlands. Not the best photograph ever, but somehow it appeals to me with the bowl shaped clouds, the lines in the grass, the line of bare trees, the sun and the shadows, the faint rainbow, and the strange marks in the sky. Enough reasons to post it on this blog!


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