Tag: Landscape Photography

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Instagram this week in October

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 […]

The last week on Instagram

It is nice to be able to show you the photos I’ve had up on Instagram this last week. I will put them into a gallery for you, but first I want to talk about something. Selling Images. I don’t try and sell my images. It isn’t that people can’t buy them, I just don’t […]

Issue 4 is now on sale

It has all come together and in a relatively relaxed manner. It almost seems like we know what we are doing. I am sure Suzzanna, who does the layout and makes sure everything gets done wouldn’t agree, but by far it has been the best to do for me. You can purchase your issue from […]

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Finding Abandoned Homes

Driving around the countryside in Victoria, Australia, you are bound to come across old homes that are home to no one anymore. Some of them are easy to get to, while others you need to get permission to go there. They are made from different assorted materials. Usually very small. It is amazing to consider […]

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Reversing a Monochrome Image to Colour Again

Tomorrow’s Monochrome Madness 2-21 was a hard one for me this week. I kept playing around with images and putting them up on social media to see what people thought. Then I was going through my photos and found another one that I thought might work better. I have converted it to Monochrome, and will […]

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Playing with an Obsolete Bridge

Recently I got to go to a place in country Victoria to explore and while we were there we saw an old railway bridge. The bridge is no longer in use. The area was made into a reservoir and I guess the bridge was too low. Close by there is another railway bridge, but it […]