Tag Archives: scenery

The 25 Days of Christmas: 19. shadow

The setting sun causes long shadows. Often that isn’t great in photography, but you have to make it work if that’s what you have. Honk.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: through my eyes

The world as it appeared to me standing by the jetty of Lake Bonney in Barmera, South Australia. I was using my camera phone but still trying to find the best perspective. What do you think? A, B, C or D?

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Which appeals to you most?

Photos from Broken Cliffs

I said that I would post the recent photos I have been taking in lots. Here are a few more from Broken Cliffs outside Waikerie in the Riverland.

The cliffs are full of fossils and when the light hits them in the evening they turn bright yellow.
I got a bit excited when I saw a Mr Miagi style bonsaiesque tree growing. I grew up with the Karate Kid movies.
The path leads along a narrow gap between the cliffs and the river at Broken Cliffs.
The bend of the river through the rocks at Broken Cliffs.

 

 

 

I am… at the playground

I took the boys to the playground on the way home today. It was a consolation really, we had been going to meet people and we had a car disaster so it was the playground on the way home or nothing. They didn’t mind too much. I, of course, whipped out old trusty and started taking photos…

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It’s hard to get a good shot when you can hardly see the screen.

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I’m pretty sure there would be a fairly strict composition rule about not having a great big whopping line through someone’s head. oh well?!