Yesterday we looked at some videos on the impact of tourism, so today I thought we could look at 7 tips for photographing around home. This is a topic I’m actually really passionate about.
We are now at the start of October and the weather is getting warmer so I went out in the garden today to get some photos for Floral Friday.
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.
Being a middle-aged woman comes with lots of different challenges and one of those is the photography outings. It isn’t the same as it was when I was in my 20’s. So much as changed.
Still going through images from New Zealand and today I thought for Monochrome Wednesday I could convert one of my images from Lake Mapourika. It was an early part of the trip.
Yesterday I wandered around the streets of Melbourne with a visitor from overseas and it seemed like a good idea to use the photos for a Weekend Wanderings post. Every now and then I am contacted by people who know me through the internet and then want to meet me when they come here.
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.
Here is the next photo challenge. We are up to the 12th one so far and this one is Cityscapes. A subject that I love.
For today’s Weekend Wanderings I thought I would give you a look around some of the exhibits at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden show. For most of the days I went I was using the Tamron SP 90mm macro lens, but on the first day I left the Nikon 24-70mm lens on the D850. […]
Giving images names can be so hard and I try not to do it too often, but I think if the post is just going to be about one image, I should make an attempt to name it. The Cape Nelson Lighthouse was a little like the Port Fairy one, out on it’s own and, […]