Back to Milford Sound in New Zealand for Monochrome Madness this week. Sometimes I find that I don’t want to use images that aren’t long exposures, but then again, maybe I should.
Every Saturday on my Facebook page we do a photo challenge and I’ve been thinking we should do it as well, so for 19_47 it is BEACHES.
When I went to New Zealand I knew that when I came back I would be considering making the conversion from Nikon to FUJIFILM. It now seems that will be happening.
I cannot lie, but I’ve been getting lots of inspiration from Instagram for Monochrome Wednesday and images of the mountains of New Zealand. So can you guess where today’s image is from?
Today I wanted to share with you some photos I got when playing around the camera for Silent Sunday. They are ones from New Zealand.
Here is something I haven’t done for a while, a before and after of an image I did of the Dunedin Train Station. It is very different.
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.
Is it possible to discuss something like directions for a middle aged woman here? Is there such a thing? Where do I go? Is there somewhere in the world for me? Do I have a purpose? Is it too late for me? Any other questions?
A couple of weeks ago I did a post on the Fujifilm X-T3 camera, but while I was using it I was also trying out their lenses for my trip to New Zealand. When it was organised, I asked if I could borrow 3 lenses from Fujifilm Australia to use.
When trying to think about what to do for Monochrome Wednesday I thought it would be nice to see what that tree would like in black and white. I know I’ve shown a lot of photos of the tree, but I really wanted to see what it would be like.