This weeks theme is Made by Man, which is pretty broad, so I have taken shots from some of my favorite places for this. Thank you as always to Cee for Hosting.
The Friendly Friday challenge is hosted alternately by The Snow Melts Somewhere and this week by Something to Ponder About. The theme this week is 'Revisited', which I thought would be easy, but then had to really think about. In the end I chose somewhere that has been a large part of my life over… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Revisited
This is my entry for Cee's Photo Challenge this week. The theme this week is in the distance. The shot above was shot along the East Coast of Northland NZ. The next was taken from a mountaintop in Crete last year. Looking out across the town of Rethymnon and the Aegean sea beyond. This next… Continue reading Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: In the Distance
Firstly, thank you to Perpetua who invited me to join this challenge, hosted on Travels and Trifles this week. I much appreciate the invite. I found this challenging in having to choose amongst the multitude of curves I have in my photos. I opted then for those that mean something to me as a person. … Continue reading Lens Artists Challenge #28 – Curves
This is the second in my series of photo blogs about New Zealand. The Able Tasmin National Park is situated right at the North of the South Island of New Zealand. It is an area of absolute beauty, with great camping sites and beautiful walks in abundance. If you are visiting New Zealand, this is… Continue reading Able Tasmin National Park, New Zealand
New Zealand has always been a second home to me. Having lived there as a child and having, well, most of my family situated there, or thereabouts. I've taken a lot of photos over the years, so am going to put together a series of posts showing some of what I feel to be the… Continue reading South Island, New Zealand.
I've lived around Kingston-Upon-Thames for a number of years now. There is one spot I just really love. It is a mural, a study of the Artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, and I have always been intrigued by the work. Partly because it decorates the underside of a railway bridge in one of the less frequented parts… Continue reading The lasting effect of Friedensreich Hundertwasser