Capturing and displaying God’s amazing creation.


Shooting Flowers, Trees and Ferns

The huge variety on flowers, trees, and ferns across Australia mean there is always a huge array of colour, whatever the Season. Sometimes that simply means a huge variety of different shades of green, yet […]

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New Galleries added

I had intended to write a blog at least every week but like many good intentions that has not happened. Never mind, I have been learning how to use Adobe’s Lightroom photo editing program, and […]

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What a difference the rain makes

Last week we were in Kyneton, which is an hour’s drive North West of Melbourne (two hours from home). Twelve kilometres from Kyneton is Turpins Falls. We visited there in March last year and discovered that […]

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“The camera never lies”. Really?

Once upon a time, when you took a photograph there was very little you could do to change what you had taken unless you had your own darkroom. Even then, there was little you could […]

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Photographing Birds in the Air

I find photographing birds in flight extremely difficult, but I think half the fun is the challenge, and when you do manage a good shot, it makes it worth all the effort involved. Over the years, […]

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Australian Marsupials – Pouched Animals

Australia’s larger marsupials are Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas, and Wombats. There are also many smaller marsupials such as Possums, Tasmanian Devils, Bandicoots and the Bilby. Kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies are reasonably easy to photograph in the wild. […]

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