Camellia's posts from January 2020

Birds eye view of walnuts on a dark mini table. I have no idea why, but as I posting this photo the song "Jimmy Crack Corn" popped into my head. I think it's…

One of the best meals I had. Let me rephrase, one of MANY best meals I had was in Margaret River. The above is a photo of that meal. I bet Brett can name all…

Continuing my plan to play with light and food. Not a lot of food here, except for the Jaffa cakes, but there is a lot of light. Not sure if I am happy with all…

I've been on a food photography binge, probably because I am on a diet and every edible item becomes a temptation. Anyway, I saw these beautiful berries at the…

Today being the day that Martin Luther King's birthday is observed, I thought it fitting to post some pictures of Lorraine Hotel. Initially the hotel had…

Week three of the 52 frame challenge is called Wabi Sabi, a word I had never heard of before, therefor some research needed to be done. Coincidentally, our…

After seeing Benny's post today, I realized it's been a while since I have photographed any type of food, nor played with light. I do like food photography…

This guy was getting ready for a date or something. So into grooming himself, never saw me. And then when he did....he sure didn't look too happy.

This week's photo focus is leading lines. The idea behind this type of composition is to direct the viewer's eyes onto a vanishing point within the photo.…

It's ugly as ugly can be outside and so it's a good day to play with the "snoofuser" and some items around the house. What's red with circular lines? Answer is.…

I decided to join the 52 Frames challenge. I am thinking having a week to think about the topic is much less strenuous than the daily challenge and since I do…
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