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.



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?









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…


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


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?!