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Cellar 20

This is the famous tunnel at the end of Cellar 20, sitting 15 or so metres underneath the Penfolds Magill Estate winery in the eastern suburbs of Adelaide.  This cellar contains thousands of bottles of premium Penfolds wines along the sides, as well as wooden display cases at the end of the tunnel, which exhibit [ continue reading ]

Penfolds Magill Estate Winery

During a trip to Adelaide this week, we visited the famous Penfolds Magill Estate winery in Magill, 10km east of Adelaide.  Here is a view from outside: While photography is one of my loves in life, so is wine, and Penfolds produces some of my favourite red wines.  During this visit, we were given a [ continue reading ]

Bukekayo Ingwe: Re-visiting the Archives

Sometimes it is good to go back through older images with fresh eyes and see if there is anything which was captured and forgotten, but which has potential to be a great image.  The other day I went back through my shots of Rockfig Jr, a magnificent female leopard we encountered in the Timbavati region [ continue reading ]

One Year Since Africa

On this day last year, we were in the African wilderness, on the final day of our magical photographic safari in Motswari Private Game Reserve.  It has been a while since I posted an image from that trip, so here is a new image of one of the magnificent Jacaranda Pride lionesses we encountered on [ continue reading ]

Last Night in London

This composition is a slightly different take on an earlier image I published, depicting Westminster Bridge, Elizabeth Tower and the Houses of Parliament in London.  This was the last night of our fleeting five-day visit in May of 2013, so I have appropriately titled it Last Night in London.  Rather than depicting the rich colours of [ continue reading ]

HDR Processing: A New and Effective Technique

It has been a while since I posted an article on post-processing, and having discovered a new, effective and pleasing technique just last month, now is a good time to discuss my learning and show my results.  Hopefully readers will find value in what I am about to present, both in words and images.  HDR [ continue reading ]