Back to my Monday videos and today we are looking at photographers who do fine art portraits, but they also discuss their workflows. Well they talk about why they do.
More videos today, but instead of showing other photographers, I thought we might look at the impact of tourism. It is something that really concerns me.
Looking back at my visit to Lake Tahoe today and the day we went to Sand Harbour for Silent Sunday. It was a great day, but there were a lot of people there.
Though I usually do something from the past for my Silent Sunday posts, I thought it might be nice to look at the images I got of That Wanaka Tree while in New Zealand. There were a few.
When I did the boat cruise around Doubtful Sound with Real Journeys I did a blog post, but at the time I promised to do another one that would be more detailed. This is that post. It was an unexpected day, but one of my favourites while in New Zealand.
Milford Sound was the destination for Day 7 of our New Zealand Wanderings. Part of the day was always going to include a boat cruise. The cruise was one of the many offered by Real Journeys.
This morning saw us up before dawn on day 5 of our New Zealand Wanderings and back at that tree again. We decided that after yesterday we wanted another go.
Before we left for Tasmania we knew we had two days to spend in Port Arthur. We had planned all along to go to the Port Arthur Historical Site, but that still left a day with nothing to do. While researching things to do in Port Arthur we found information on the Tasman Island boat […]
The 12 Apostles would have to be one of the most photographed natural wonders in Australia. They are right up there with the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru. Over 2 million visitors a year, not bad for a country that only has 24 million people living in it. When you are there you will find […]
Yesterday I took a trip into the city to look at an exhibition my friend Christine Wilson is in at the moment. It is the annual SITHOM, or Shot in the Heat of Melbourne, show. I was in the show a couple of years ago, but I don’t really think of myself as a street […]