Podcast and Photo Challenge


This week, I’m combining the podcast and photo challenge. The week did get away from me I’m afraid. It seems to be happening a lot and I’m not sure how to get back on track. I do need to find my way again.


Photo Challenge 9 – Street Art

Street art is amazing and I love photographing it. It is a good thing to capture and look back on. I suppose because it’s always changing, that makes it really different. Your photos could be the only record.

Once again, participate only if you want too.

Now the pingbacks aren’t really working, so I suggest if you do a post that you leave a comment with the link in it, and I will approve it.

If you are on Facebook there is a special group for sharing your photos, it is LCP Photo Challenge, and if you would like to join click here.

As always, your interpretation. Do what you want.

Podcast – Episode 013 Seasons for Photography

Summer is coming quickly and it is getting a lot warmer. I don’t like summer. Well not for photography. I have done a podcast on my thoughts about seasons for photography.

You can listen to the podcast here.

Do you have a season that you don’t like? How about one you like take photos of the most?


One of the things I love about Melbourne is the access to Street Art. The city has embraced it and you can find it in many places. The lanes are full of it. There are many inner suburbs that are now making it part of their landscape as well.

I go out and photograph street art a lot. I enjoy seeing what is new and what is still there. Sometimes it is hard when a favourite piece is painted over, but that is the nature of graffiti I guess.

Here are some photos that I have taken of the street art around Melbourne.

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    1. That’s okay, it isn’t really when you consider I don’t usually announce the new one until Sunday or Monday, so this one is early, but will be trying to do it on Friday from now on.
      I have to admit that I love that part of Melbourne, seeing what people have done.
      Thanks for participating, and thanks for the link.

    1. That’s great to hear, it is a lot fun going to see what has been done.
      Thank you, and I really enjoyed seeing yours as well. Thanks for including your link.

  1. Summer is definitely my least favorite season for photography. There seem to be more people wherever you go and the skies are often blah!

    1. I imagine your summers would be the same as ours Pam. Oh yes, I always forget about the people, too many. Thanks for your thoughts Pam.

  2. When it comes to shooting photos, no particular favorite season in that regard. When the summer heat is on, the best times are early morning and early evening. During the midday, not so much. During the monsoon season, it’s different – you’re watching for clouds and storms.

    Hope your daughter enjoys her trip to Canada. They’re pretty much into winter by now.

    1. Early mornings are the best here, evenings can be good, but if it is a really hot day, then it doesn’t make much difference, it is horrible. We don’t get a monsoon season, but winter is great, you can shoot from sunrise to sunset. Love it. I would love to watch for the clouds and storms.

      Thanks David, so far it is going well and it sounds like she is having a great time. They are but she was determined.

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