Blossoms of September are here… and I’ve got the pleasure of working on the weekend to save up for my Japan trip in two weeks.. #worklife
Yesterday I had the great joy of photographing some beautifully crafted and designed furniture and decor at the Design and Decor show. There’s still one more day left of the Australian International Furniture Fair (AIFF) at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and lots to see!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted about Landscapes. As most of you may know I started my photography mainly taking landscapes. When you’re travelling alone there’s not really much opportunity to take portraits and I wasn’t really into street or lifestyle photography back then.
Landscape photography is something that can be extremely beautiful. Some factors to consider before you start are…
100 years since Aussie and NZ troops landed in Gallipoli. Lest we forget why we have freedom.
One thing I think everyone should invest in is a high aperture, macro lens. During my time in Wilson’s Prom and South Gippsland, I managed to capture some nature shots which turned out surprisingly lovely.
In response to Cee’s fun foto challenge close ups.
If there’s one thing I always have to do when visiting a new city, it’s taking a look at the church/ cathedral/ monastery/ mosque/ temple the city is famous for. The beauty and the history of these religious buildings fascinate me. It speaks more than 1000 words. In Cee’s photo challenge this week we were told to upload photographs of churches/religious buildings. After going through a multitude of photos of churches (there’s practically at least two or three in every European city I go to) I decided to include my six favourites.
Some of my favourite churches/religious buildings are ones that aren’t all that well known, sometimes their names don’t even show up in my guide book… I simply come across them by accident. These are my favourite. Especially the tiny ones on a hill in the mountains (e.g. small church at Montserrat, church on a in Santorini, Florence… etc). Check out some of these beautiful churches here.