I’m determined to get some flower photos onto my blog. They seem to need a little poetry to go with them. Nature to zing by. Not that I would know. Read more
It is a bit late for my December Changing Seasons post, but better late than never.
I think I am glad to see the back of December. It was such a hot, steamy month. Nevertheless, a month of storms meant it was very productive in the garden. Hence, we had many visitors of the feathered kind. Read more
I forgot to include this photo of a beautiful fly in my November Changing Seasons post. You know the weather is warming up when the blow flies come a-visiting. Maybe these exquisitely beautiful creatures are not such a pain after all. Unlikely praise for the king of the flies. Read more
November has been one windy, stormy month. You name it, we’ve had it – thunderstorms, a bush fire and a massive dust storm. We’ve barely seen our beautiful Brindabella mountains (hills for everybody outside of Australia). Read more
To photograph or not to photograph? The other week a tree fell on a house in my suburb. It did considerable damage. No one was hurt. It would have made an interesting photo, but I don’t take photos of other people’s misfortunes. On the other hand, it is not my intention to completely sanitise my blog to focus on only the positive. Read more
This is my response to the Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge – Magical Light. Join me for a photo journey of light across the seasons.
In Australia, our light can be very harsh. Generally, if the light is too harsh for photography, it is too harsh for me. Nevertheless, I understand intuitively that different colours require different light, and that some colours create their own light. Read more
October has certainly been turbo-charged. It is THE month for socialising, both on a personal level and more generally for the local community. Spring is party time. Read more
September I’ve got flowers on my mind.
When I look at my September photos, I feel my life this month has been a little boring. But never mind. It is as it is. I hope my readers like flowers. Read more