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Smartphones can make really good photos and I enjoy doing photos "on the go" with my S8. But I was surprised how well it captured this water drops and needles…

the sun was bright yesterday, it was a warm 48 degrees.. so i went out among the melting snow and stopped right out my door to see what i could do creatively to…

A population of local kookaburras visits our back yard daily, hunting for worms and insects. They're remarkably sociable and will let you get very close with a…

The beautiful inland town of Mudgee provided a much needed weekend respite from the relentless traffic and pace of Sydney.

Perched on the Buddleia Bush. Large holes in the leaves of brassica crops and nasturtiums are usually the work of cabbage white caterpillars.

These yellow beauties are already blooming from late april. If seen from close they are a wonderfull little flower The week that is coming gonna have not much…

finally a sunny day, tho there is 2 feet of snow to trudge thru.. i still got out and took some photos around my yard..

Memory Lane Leading To The Beach At Kulhuse Passing this rosebush brings back childhood memories of going to the beach with my grandmother. I took a trip there…

5th of December. My little brother was biking on the road and he had a flashlight. I asked him to point to the bush and it looked very nice. The flashlight had…

After landing in Port Alsworth we were dropped off at our "houses" for the summer. Soo, drum roll...Welcome to my tent house! Inside the tent was a fridge,…

After a week cruising up the Queensland coast, my wife and I are back from our holiday. I have a whole stack of photos that I’ll be processing and uploading as…

The sunset around Menindee Lakes is spectacular, without doubt. I've been there three times and it's blown me away every time. Even with nothing in the sky, the…
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