I took this image in December – a cloudless day with golden grass (and very harsh light!). I was struck by the simplicity of the scene, the curve of the background and just this tree..sitting on the fence 🙂
Robyn from Captivate Me included me in the B&W Challenge where you post 5 consecutive B&W images and nominate a person to take up the challenge with each post, so this is my Day 2 of 5. In turn, today I am nominating Truel’s Blog. I must stress, this is NOT a have to participate challenge but something that might be fun, but only if you have the time and/or inclination and feel comfortable with it 🙂
As always, click in for a larger view.
This image is part of a series that I have been working on for a little while. Where I live we can get some amazing clouds, probably because it is often very windy and being in the country, very little haze from pollution.
Robyn from Captivate Me included me in the B&W Challenge where you post 5 consecutive B&W images and nominate a person to take up the challenge with each post, so this is my Day 1 of 5. In turn I am nominating Herman from Herman van Bon Photography. As Robyn has said, this is NOT a have to participate challenge but something that might be fun, but only if you have the time and inclination 🙂
As always click in for a larger view. Processed using a red filter in SEP2.
Hello again everyone and hope that you are all well!! After an extended and unplanned absence from the blog I am finally posting my first image for 2015 🙂 Taken about 30 minutes after sunrise, the bubbles on the water surface are from a large flock of various water birds I disturbed (accidentally) as I came around the tree line.
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Yesterday it was windy with heavy shower bands going through and I felt the urge to go to my ‘soothing ground’, about an hour north of where we live. Pyalong again…it is much, much drier, but I had seen on the radar that there big, fast moving rain storms going through. I captured this with the wind howling, in absolute spring sunshine watching the rain approach…now soothed 🙂 🙂
As always, click for a larger view. Processed in b&w using a red filter.
This is an image of the Avenue of Honour at Macedon. An important part of Australian culture, there are 547 known avenues in Australia. Each tree represents a person who saw or died in wartime service, generally in the First World War. The planting of this one was initially finished in August 1918 – you can read the local newspaper article here. Also this is my submission for the 35th Monochrome Madness hosted by Leanne Cole and posted Wednesday mornings (ADST)
Taken on Nikon D90 converted to near infrared. Click in for larger view.
Yesterday I visited a wonderful garden filled with many northern hemisphere specimens – I don’t know what this tree was but the trunk and bark where wonderful! A macro abstract of this ‘eye’ in the trunk which made me think of a Dragon’s eye… 🙂
Click in for more detail..Moss, lichen and algae 🙂 🙂
Today we went back to Alowyn Gardens and they had swathes of poppies currently in bloom. My instinct was to get in the middle of them but it isn’t my garden so I stayed on the fringe and took images from the edge- still beautiful 🙂
As always, click in for more detail.
Apologies as also I am behind in my reader – catch up day tomorrow 🙂
Yes, at long last the weather has turned and today is the first day of daylight saving where the clocks have gone forward so it feels even more like we have turned that wintry corner. For me, work starts to get busy, as does the garden and it’s macro lens time! These two images were taken very early yesterday morning. Click in twice for more details 🙂
An ornamental pear blossom. Hand held.
Wild garlic. Hand held.
This image was taken at Alowyn Gardens and is a series of Wisteria tunnels or walkways. I shall go back (very soon) when the Wisteria blooms for a colour image…lining up the image was hard enough let alone planting and constructing it 🙂
I missed the deadline for MMC 30 this week, but do check it out 🙂
I appreciate this image won’t be everyone’s cup of tea! This is a complex reflection of a cliff face with gums trees growing on it, taken a few weeks ago at Turpins Falls. (The website image looks like it was taken at about the same time of day) The reflection is on a very large pool which in turn is being distorted by ripples from the distant waterfall. I found the patterns literally mesmerising as the late afternoon sun sank lower and the reflections became more vivid 🙂
As always click for more detail – a busy image!