There are many types of ‘waves’,
however, I am sticking with
my most photographed waves.
Some smallish waves near Gibson steps
which are near the Twelve Apostles.
The rest of this week’s images were taken near…
…or at, Torquay beaches.
The waves were important in as much as…
…they gave my subjects…
…somewhere to play.
One of my favourite photos,
although I don’t think the surfer
would agree it was his best moment.
Torquay and Bell’s Beach
home of the Australian
Rip Curl Pro
From local gardens and hopefully
fitting the Delicate Colours theme.
Finishing with Camellias…
I have thank Leya for inspiration for today’s post.
these effects have always fascinated me.
Googled swirls and twirls and found
an ideal YouTube video
Grabbing the last photo that Photoshop had opened,
and with a few stops, to repeat instructions,
along the way, I turned my beach scene into
an abstract arty sort of image.
As with all videos the instructor was not
using my Elements 14 Photoshop
so I missed out on some blending.
However, it was pleased with final result.
Even it is only a simple twirl.
Another pastime, growing each year,
is my reading habit.
The above screen shot from my iPad
shows some of my most recent reads.
A year or so ago I notice an advertisement
for ‘Dawn Girl’ by Leslie Wolfe
whilst browsing Amazon.
Sixteen books later I think I have read
most of her offerings.
Jennifer Hillier, Tony J. Forder,
K. A.Tucker and John Grisham
are some of thee recent authors read.
If interested my Goodreads
Just need to learn how to make images
more interesting now.
…or just enjoy the scenery
Not that I have frequented the cinema
to any great deal in the last 12 months,
it is just knowing that I can.
With some restrictions easing last weekend,
the week just gone was the first time,
in nearly two months,
that we have legally been able
to leave the house for anything other
than exercise and shopping for essentials,
without fear of being booked
for not being at home.
Cinemas, hotels, churches and schools
are still basically in lockdown conditions.