Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Even More Photo Fun

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There are plenty of web site that now offer on-line photo editing and manipluation, like picnik, and even better ones that offer fun effects, frames, collages, photomontage and faux magazine covers, like FunPhotoBox, Write on it, Mag My Pic, Loonapix & PhotoFunia and not to forget fd's Flickr Toys & Dumpr. Many now prepare the embeddable HTML code for your blog, facebook page etc. So why no go and have some fun with your photos.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The moon 40years on

Ok this was not the moon last night (it is just a tiny cresent shape) and was taken some time ago but it is still hard to believe the moon landing was 40 years ago
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Monday, July 20, 2009

the visitor

A Eastern Rossella [Platycercus eximius] takes a moment out of the wind, in my front garden
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Friday, July 03, 2009

Sun Showers

My tree ferns looked totally dead back in February, now they are enjoying the sun showers. Taken with my telephoto lens to allow me to restrict the depth of field, and blur the background.
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Thursday, July 02, 2009

Woven in Nature

If you are a regular reader of this blog and based in Melbourne please consider coming to Monash Gallery of Art to the opening of my exhibition “Woven in Nature”, at 2:00PM on the 11th July. My work is being displayed on the Ramp Gallery, which is also the access to the MGA cafe. At the opening I will be demonstrating how I do my Photo “Impressions” Mosaics.

My exhibition runs from the 2nd July to 13th September.

The Monash Gallery of Art is recognized as having one of Melbourne’s leading Photo Collections. Other exhibitions running at the same time are “Presentation/Representation” Photography from Germany” (works of ten of Germany’s best contemporary photographers) and “David Hempenstall : Camp Slayer” (comprising 165 polaroid photographs from Camp Slayer inside the Abu Ghurayb Complex)