Articles Tagged 'New South Wales'

Farewell to 2021

Friday, 31st December, 2021

The year 2021 has, without a doubt, been my lowest year in terms of photographic output. In the final days of the year 2021, I decided to head to a favourite location in Pyrmont, in order to photograph the relatively new Crown Sydney skyscraper alongside the three skyscrapers which form International Towers in the Barangaroo [ read more ]

Some Rewarding Urban Birding

Sunday, 5th December, 2021

Earlier this year, I learned of an urban watering hole, at which various species of birds could be found. During my first visit to this watering hole, I saw the potential, and decided that it would be a good location to visit at another time and photograph the bird life there. Recently, after an afternoon [ read more ]

Rainbow Lorikeet

Tuesday, 26th January, 2021

For quite a while now, I have been photographing the rainbow lorikeets which visit our garden. Our garden consists of mostly native Australian plants and trees, and the rainbow lorikeets particularly love to feed on the grevillea bushes we have. We are fortunate to have these colourful birds visit our garden almost daily, and often [ read more ]

Simba (2006-2020)

Monday, 2nd November, 2020

Yesterday we had to say goodbye to Simba, our beloved Seal-Point Siamese cat. Simba has been a significant part of our lives for many years, and was loved by us, and by everyone who met him. Here is an image I captured of Simba when he was only two years of age: Siamese cats have been a part [ read more ]

Macro Photography Without a Macro Lens

Sunday, 12th July, 2020

It has been a long time since I shot a macro image, and in all honesty, I am not a great macro photographer. In 2017, I sold my macro lens, as I was making changes to my gear lineup, and it was a lens that was rarely used, and did not really suit my wants [ read more ]