Welcome back and happy new year as I start back with some still life for Monochrome Madness. I have had a great break and it is nice to get back into it.
Making changes is something I’m doing a lot right now and part of it could be because middle age sets in, or there could be other reasons, who knows.
I have been a bit MIA in the last few days. I have to admit social media just wasn’t in the plan. So much has been happening, so I want to catch you up.
The other morning I went to Princes Pier, revisiting it again and I thought it might be a good topic for Silent Sunday.
Yesterday we looked at some videos on the impact of tourism, so today I thought we could look at 7 tips for photographing around home. This is a topic I’m actually really passionate about.
The question of whether or not I am really a traveller is something I’ve asked myself a lot. Do I really want to travel? Do I need it for my photography?
This post was planned when I was still travelling around New Zealand and I thought it would be a good way to round-up the trip. See the highs and lows, so to speak.
Yesterday the plane touched down in Melbourne bringing me back home and now my New Zealand Wanderings are over. It was an incredible journey and now I’m left with just memories, plus a few thousand photos.
Photographing around home has to be a good thing and for me that includes a place called Banyule Flats. It is a quick walk away from me.
Welcome to photo challenge 2. I got the feeling from the last one that you enjoyed it and I will continue doing them. I know many people really enjoy having a challenge to work towards.