Lens-ArtistPC-210-Favourite-Images

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This image is definitely a favourite.

Fortunately, or perhaps, unfortunately, visitors

are longer allowed to do this,

so I have been told.

 

There is nothing like a good rural sunset.

No smog, no noise and the sky

awash with colour.

Students at Work

People/portrait photography

is one of my favourite genres.

These two were very friendly and had

a good chat while we drank our coffee.

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Sadly the advent of the internet has

put many offside when it comes

to having their photo taken.

This young (Tahitian) girl would be in her forties now.

It is her eyes that grab my attention

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Anne:...3-Favourites

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…3-Favourites

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...3-Favourites

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Anne:…3-Favourites

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Sofia:…3-Favourites

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Tracy:…3-Favourites

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Sarah:…3-Favourites

 

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peer-pier

 a platform on pillars projecting from the shore into the sea,
typically incorporating entertainment arcades and places to eat.
 
 
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With fading available light I had to peer

into my camera to see if the long exposure

flattened the water surrounding

Point Lonsdale Pier.

 

 

Saint Kilda Pier…

 

…Melbourne

 

Geelong’s…

Cunningham Pier…

 

Sunrise at

Point Lonsdale Pier

 

Point Lonsdale Pier

 

Indented Head Pier

 

Griffin Gully Pier

 

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Peer-Pier

 

 

 

 

 

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Jumping for joy in Stanley Park,

Vancouver

Friends…

…at Port of Vancouver.

Relaxed on London Bridge

Assignment at

Saint Kilda Pier

Melbourne

 

Need some help?

Florence

 

Art appreciation in

Melbourne

 

A gesture of friendship?  I think not!

Especially as her parents were

asking her to stop so

I could get my shot.

Cee-BW-Challenge-Landscapes

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Geelong sunset.

Beachscape

A landscape or the result of landscaping?

Many South West Victorian farms have

changed their landscape from one

which grazed sheep and cattle to one

which grows trees and is far less intensive.

A little over 100 years ago this idyllic

French landscape would have appeared

anything but idyllic as Villers Bretonneux

was in the middle of some of the

heaviest fighting of World War I.

As the sun goes down…

…near Geelong.

Yearling Herefords

Spring sown canola crop on its way to maturity.

Canola in flower

 

Saint Kilda Pier

 

Moorabool Valley eucalypts.

In the distance are

The Grampians.

The southern end of

The Great Dividing Range.

Moorabool Valley

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge: Landscapes

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WeeklyPrompts-PC-The-Watcher

 

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Too cold for a photography outing this weekend

so I have had a look at some images

which contain people to see what I could find. 

Not sure if I noticed the couple before

or after I took the shot, however…

…from the wide angle comes a nice photo of a couple.

This photo…

…and this one…


…blended to create this image posted in

‘Capture the Moment’

for last week’s

Friendly Friday 

Similarly at Melbourne’s

Saint KIlda Pier…

…the wide angle shot cropped to focus

on the model and photographer. 

Both model and photographer were participating

in this shoot to fulfil requirements

of a course they were taking.

 

Are these two an ‘item‘?

Maybe…in this crop…

…and maybe not, the more space

they have around them.

From this crowded scene comes many stories.

One of which could be: 

The shark was this big, dead set!’

This game of badminton and its two spectators

was found….

…right here on Sydney’s

Manly Beach

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:   The-Watcher