My Influencing Me post today is more on macro style photography and I thought we could look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s flowers. He has a different way of photographing them.
Early on Day 14 we went to the Moeraki Boulders and then onto Lake Tekapo during our New Zealand Wanderings. There were quite a few photos of the boulders, but for this post I am going to show you photos from Lake Tekapo.
Today sees us in Invercargill on Day 9 of my New Zealand Wanderings. This is going to be quick and I will explain more soon.
There are going to be a few reposts of images over the coming weeks as I find my feet again. Today I thought we could look at the evolution of an image and one that I titled Going Through.
This is going to look familiar, but this is more a challenge for myself now. I did stop Monochrome Madness a while ago, but it seems it has been missed, so I am back with a different version, Monochrome Wednesday.
One of the things I really enjoy about going back through my archives is reassessing my images and thinking how I would do them now. One of those is an image from the Docklands taken in 2017.
In the past, I always enjoyed doing the Influencing Me posts and I would like to try doing them again. This is a repost of the one I did on Edward Hopper and it seemed like a good idea to show it again. I hope you enjoy it.
Photo challenge number 13 would have to be one of those ones that is loved by nearly all photographers. Who doesn’t love piers? I know I will drive a long way to be able to get photos of them if they are beautiful, falling apart, or just because they are there.
A few weeks back I told you that one of the main reasons why we were going back to Tasmania was to use our Ticket of Leave cards at the Port Arthur Historic Site. So when we planned our trip we decided that this time we would spend a couple of days down there, and […]
Taken the other night when the streets were really wet.