I mentioned recently that I had got back into knitting and that I wanted to knit for a charity. So I found one, Knit One Give One, or kogo for short.
In the last post, I think it was, I showed you a heap of photos that I took with the Lensbaby Composer Pro II and the Sweet 35 optics on my Fujifilm X-S10.
Finally, I got around to concentrating on taking photos of just the flowers. If you can believe that. Though, that isn’t really true either, but I did go there with that intention.
Today was the day, the first one actually for the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. The first time in three years as the last two were cancelled because of COVID.
The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show starts next week and I can’t wait.
This is not a holiday I would normally celebrate or do anything for, but this year I couldn’t resist.
Can you believe that? I mean we can hardly believe it and there were several million people thinking the same way. Australia doesn’t get earthquakes.
Just one image again. Taken last weekend when the water at Docklands was still and looked like a mirror. The image was processed in Lightroom.
Recently I was able to get a lot of Formatt Hitech gear that meant I could teach people how to do long exposure photography. I had found that many people who were doing the one on ones with me were really interested in the long exposure more, so I realised it was something that I […]
It is almost a year since I got serious about Instagram and in that time I have gone from about 340 followers to 10.3 thousand. I like to think that is a great achievement, though I don’t know if it is. Mind you it has taken a lot of work to get that many and […]