It is coming up to Easter and here in Australia, that means hot cross buns. As soon as Christmas is done you can find them in the supermarkets.
It is often the case with these posts that I don’t know what I will show you until I am watching YouTube and today I am taking a look back on Australian Photography.
So yesterday I was out all day taking photos and somehow we found ourselves ending up the quarantine station at Nepean Point near Portsea.
Today I have found more videos for you of photographers, some of them are new while one of them is old, or rather someone we have looked at before.
Today is a real history lesson for photography and we are taking a look at Alfred Stieglitz and his contributions to this art form.
While planning yet another trip to Tasmania I thought the infrared photos I took in Port Arthur might be good for Silent Sunday today. Infrared does have a quietness.
Today for Floral Friday I thought I might try looking back at some macro images. I like doing this from time to time. It is a good opportunity to show images again.
Today I took a trip up to the Bendigo Art Gallery to see the exhibition Tudors to Windsors. It was an exhibition looking at the Royal Family from the Tudors up to the present day.
Today we are going to take a look at an iconic Australian artist. Perhaps one of the things about Russell Drysdale that makes him very good for us to look at is because he was also a photographer. He spent time driving around the outback of Australia taking photos to help with his paintings.
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