Some folk execute it with words, that come alive the moment you turn that first page of their book. While others share it via sound effects to make you gasp in delight as you wait for their next slice of dialogue. More than a few express it by capturing a moment in time with the… Continue reading A Visual Storyteller #1
Nothing says it like flowers!. They give their all. When travelling wildflowers can soar a tired travellers enthusiasm to dig deep and move further up the road in search of more. Here are are some of those beauties we viewed and captured during our 2013 Western Australia roadtrip. The rest of the post regarding that… Continue reading 11 Western Australian Wildflowers
“How beautifully leaves grow old!” wrote John Burroughs, the American naturalist and essayist. “How full of light and colour are their last days.” Burrough’s himself could have been shuffling through the colourful leafy carpet around McLaren Falls Park when he made his equally vivid autumnal observations more than 100 years ago. A few weeks ago,… Continue reading The Hues and Moods of Autumn – McLaren Falls Park
A break from the Friesland canals to a chat about photography. It has made me think and feel somewhat stunned when asked in person. That very question. I know I used to stumble around this and fumble out a half-hearted answer of how I just love capturing moments and scenes from a small part of… Continue reading Are you a Photographer?
Travelling is all about photography and capturing moments. While I take time to write up about our last week in Spain and our time in Istanbul. I will post about a few photographers I know. Here is the first one!
Okay, my lovelies, I have succumbed to being one of the masses, as in bloggers who have displayed their "Best Photographs for 2017". Here goes. The angsting moments where I try to make a decision which ones I love and an explanation of why. It was a hard decision as every photo is a favourite for… Continue reading The Best of 2017 & 11 photographs