Category: photography


Australia is a huge continent with great diversity and there is no better way to appreciate this than from the air. Even the famous monolith of Uluru (Ayrs Rock)  or the sacred site of Kata Juta (The Olgas) are even more majestic when looked down upon and their total size can be appreciated.  The salt lakes of the interior and the world’s longest parallel sand dunes are absolutely stunning in colour, texture and natural art.
9087 Central Australia W8999 Aerial near Mitchell Plateau W9117 Kata Juta  W  Portrait of Central Australia 9048 Salt Lakes Desert WA  W9121 Kata Juta  W
9183 Parallel Sand Dunes Gibson Desert W  9244 Simpson Desert W8993 Salt Lakes WA W 9105 Uluru

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A while ago  I was in Paris which I love and after I had been back a while I had to go to Melbourne (Australia) and it was only after wandering around the centre of Melbourne that I realised why it is considered the most European of Australian cities.   I began to see a resemblance..  As you will see, there are in fact a few similarities – Images are of both Paris and Melbourne.

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 TRAVEL ALWAYS AROUSES THE SENSES – SIGHTS, SMELLS, AND ESPECIALLY THE COLOURS OF DIFFERENT CULTURES AND COUNTRIES…. 

 

Children also make delightful subjects especially in  developing countries –  because when you talk to them and take their photograph, they don’t automatically pose or immediately turn on the cheesy smile.

Bagan Monk Boy Myanmar W

As much as colour can set a scene I think black and white imagery can set the mood and capture the expression.  These a few of my favourite shots from various parts of the world.

Masai School Students WBest Friends Madagascar WTibetan Kids Ladakh WShe Aint Heavy Zambia WGIRL ON AN OXMexican Indian Child  WBROTHER LOVEBack Street Boy Madagascar W
Sihanoukville Village Children

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 TRAVEL ALWAYS AROUSES THE SENSES – SIGHTS, SMELLS, AND ESPECIALLY THE COLOURS OF DIFFERENT CULTURES AND COUNTRIES…. 

 

Children also make delightful subjects especially in  developing countries –  because when you talk to them and take their photograph, they don’t automatically pose or immediately turn on the cheesy smile.

Bagan Monk Boy Myanmar W

As much as colour can set a scene I think black and white imagery can set the mood and capture the expression.  These a few of my favourite shots from various parts of the world.

 

Masai School Students WBest Friends Madagascar WTibetan Kids Ladakh WShe Aint Heavy Zambia WGIRL ON AN OXMexican Indian Child  W
Back Street Boy Madagascar WBROTHER LOVESihanoukville Village Children