Jun
01
2010
1

Openings

So admittedly it’s been some time since I’ve done this, but, I think maybe it’s time to come back to photography in my life.  Slowly, but surely, and for the right reasons.  There will be more soon, as some more doors open and more light is let in.

Oct
05
2009
0

The Geese At Your Door

Ford House, Bridgetown.

Oct
04
2009
0

Harness Your Hopes

As an ode to the recent spate of almost Spring like weather, a revisit of some Autumnal warmth as seen from the hills above Salmon Beach, near Windy Harbour in the D’entrecasteaux National Park.

Oct
03
2009
0
Sep
26
2009
1

Gone Fishin’

An egret searches for a late afternoon meal on Lake Monger.

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Jun
17
2009
0

Footbridge at Loch McNess

The footbridge across Loch McNess is fringed by remnants of the fires which affected Yanchep National Park at the start of 2009.

Jun
04
2009
0

Tiny

This little fellow is tiny in the scheme of things.  The flower is tiny, maybe 10mm across and the spider, a fraction of this.  There’s so much going on in that world beyond our nose.

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Jun
03
2009
3
Jun
02
2009
0

Exposure

Lake Monger, WA.

Jun
01
2009
0

Power Waddle

Swans are very inquisitive and gentle creatures.  More often than not, when they see you, they’ll not hesitate in motoring up to see just exactly what you may have to offer.  In this case, this swan was very intent on coming over to check out if the camera I was holding was edible, to the point where he stood no more than 30cm from me sniffing around to see if I had anything of interest, before ripping out some grass from the ground.  Such a delight to be around.

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