Sunlight can reveal many things, hitherto unseen, or un-imagined. "Turn your face towards the sun, and the shadows will always fall behind you" Something to Ponder About in the SunShine Save
Weekly photo-challenges from Daily Post. This week we are on a quest!
We are hell bent on building walls……
Walls that take us on a desolate and dying path to nowhere…..
In an increasingly unpredictable and uncertain world, Andrea has so succinctly written how many feel in their hearts.
Inspiration for Daily Post.
Something to Ponder About
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Forces of Nature." In Australia, a country aged by the wind, sun and sea, we see many examples of nature's work. I am drawn to the sea, as most of us who cling to the more hospitable coastal regions of Australia for hearth and home.
There's a new photographic challenge on the WordPress Blogging University, explore the tag photo101 to find out more. This photo addresses four days beautifully. This photo was taken way before the photo challenge existed and it seems I followed the rule of thirds.
Shadows can be fun and a form of communication, but shadows can also be omnipotent or threatening. Shadow play
It is easy to find lots of yellow around you when you look hard enough. Daily Post's Yellow photography challenge.
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The Gold Coast Hinterland isn't that far away from metropolis, but rather is a area frequented by tourists who need a break from the hype of the beaches, shopping, surf and casino lifestyle that is the Gold Coast. So it was a complete surprise to me that we might get lost on a bush-walk with marked trails, but the Australia bush can be confusing, and we completed a 11 km trek instead of a 2 km stroll, all with an 8 year old tagging along!
Daily Post - Almost monochromatic, silhouettes, showing texture, colour or telling a story