On my last trip up in the Mallee I went to see my friend Jocelyn who took me to the Kow Plains Homestead. A place I had heard about but not visited.
It was back to some photos taken up in the Mallee for Monochrome Wednesday this week and I have converted one of the images of a salt lake.
This is something that I find really important and I am always experimenting with different types of photography. Astrophotography is one of them.
This is something I’ve thought about a lot, the question of whether or not SEO is killing creativity. I find it affects how I post and what I write.
When I knew I was coming up here to the Mallee I thought it would be nice to show some photos from Mum’s garden for Floral Friday.
Time did get away from me for Monochrome Wednesday so today’s image is an old one that I did of a shearing shed. It was used once before.
When I was looking for a photo for Monochrome Wednesday I saw this image and it just said vastness to me. Really, that is what the Mallee is like a lot.
When I was home I did a walk around some parts of mum’s town with the IR camera and thought the photos would be good for Weekend Wanderings.
When I was away I got to thinking about do photographers have responsibilities to the world around them. Do we think about where we take photos and if there are repercussions to it?
I’m back from the Mallee for Monochrome Wednesday and I thought it might be good to be looking back at a previous one of Melbourne.