December 6th, 2012
These are random shots from a roadside stop on the way to Trongsa Dzong in central Bhutan. this fellow and the rest of his team were in the process of putting up a viewing platform shelter on the opposite side of the valley from the Dzong (temple fortress). And like almost all officially placed lookout platforms, it was in the wrong place! It was situated directly opposite the Dzong and the view was very uninspired, the workers themselves were much more interesting, this fellow in particular. He has such a lovely open face, and the light was just right. I got some more interesting pictures of the Dzong later.
Trongsa Province, Central Bhutan. Shot with a Canon 5D Mk II, 24-105mm f4L lens.
September 5th, 2011
I’m back… Back from the Kimberley, and back in Blog land. I’ve actually been back in Fremantle for a month now, but i’ve been so busy catching up with everything that had been put on hold, that time to write on the Blog never materialised… also, i am a great procrastinator, possibly one of the best, and anything to do with writing is what i’m best at procrastinating about Read the rest of this entry »
April 13th, 2011
Another shot from the Margaret River region of the rarely sighted and almost legendary Blackwood River Nymph. This was shot a few seconds after the previous image Read the rest of this entry »
March 21st, 2011
I’ve been wanting to put this image up for a few months now, but there was a little reticence on the part of the model, the Blackwood River Nymph. It’s a landscape image with a difference for me, it has a person in it Read the rest of this entry »
January 9th, 2011
Just for fun, here are a couple more images from Fourni Island in Greece. Its been a quiet day here at the gallery, so i’ve had some time to play around. More to come!
Netmending, with hands used to hard work
This is one of the very Friendly locals of Fourni, it’s amazing how much communicating can be done, even without a common language if you are both open to it. I sat with this fellow for hours, had a coffee and watched him quietly mending nets.
And of course, the Churches, little chapels everywhere, some of them smaller than my bedroom. Gorgeous!
These images were shot with the Canon 5D Mk II and the 24-105mm f4L lens
Churches are one of the many things Greece is famous for