Today I was looking through my images from New Zealand and I found one taken at the Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand. I processed it a while back, but wasn’t happy with it.
Monochrome Wednesday and this week I thought we could have a look at a shed that I photographed at Hastings last year. It seemed like a good idea to get back to my Australian images.
Yes, it is the third post on Milford Sound, though this one is more about a waterfall there and thought it would be a good subject for Monochrome Wednesday. There are two photos, I couldn’t pick just one.
Day 3 of our New Zealand wanderings it has to be said that there was a lot of water involved. From rain to sunshine and water flowing in so many different ways.
This weeks photo for Monochrome Wednesday is a little different to what I normally show. While it is a tree in water, it has been processed in a way which is not what I normally do.
It has been good to see many more of you doing the challenges. I like hearing that you like them. Now it is time for photo challenge 11 and this week it is Boats.
Here we are again with the next photo challenge, and it is number 3. It has been fun doing this and I hope you have enjoyed it as well. This week it is WATER.
Cape Schanck is one of those places I’ve been to many times, but never at sunrise, however it is always a good place for weekend wanderings. A few years ago I spent the weekend in Sorrento with my friend Chris and on the first morning we were there we got up very early and headed to Cape Schanck. […]
This is another photographer that we have looked at before, but on the old blog. I was very silly and deleted a lot of those posts, so now I have to do them again. Today we are going to look at the amazing work of underwater photographer Matty Smith.
A couple of weeks ago I was at Alowyn Gardens taking photos of the flowers before and after the rain. Water drops on flowers are fantastic, they really bring out the colours of the flowers.