Cherax's posts from December 2006

Eating breakfast, and due at the station in 30 minutes…but wait…here's a flower fallen on the table cloth… must… …get.. ……picture….

On this day I have the wonderful friends, family, and all the material comforts I should ever ask for. So I turn my thoughts to those in the world who are less…

And a wonderful seasons greetings to all my Photoblog friends! We decided to do the Christmas gift thing the night before because well, who cares. Anyway, my…

Don't show your kids…I didn't realise these were going to look so creepy. I've been looking at my reflection on the shower floor for a few weeks, thinking it…

1 Stunning rock art from the first Australians in Kakadu (note the boat) 2 Daisies painted by my sister, clever girl!

This is a drain. It used to be a stream, but someone decided that wouldn't do. In all my years here I've never seen it run dry, but as you can now see, it's…

The drought continues. The water in the little pond near my house started retreat, and expose the classic big mud-cracks. Then a brief shower lifted the water…

What do you think? To me, 1 clearly breaks the laws of composition. There is a big gap between the person and the glasses, and he's cut off below the eyes. But…

A great day for the nation, as I near completion of this sculpture, begun over 10 years ago. If I'd had any clue about how many years it would take, I may…

It looks as though this jet may be fleeing the raging bush fires down in the Snowy Mountains. At the end of days, we are blessed-cursed with awesome…

We are blighted by drought, and now fires are scorching through the South. Rain, please. Now would be a good idea. It took about 200 pics on rapid-fire…

Many of my little photo projects are inspired by blog stories I want to write. This set was for a story on how I used to ride my bike to work every day, rain,…

Just wondering what my post should be tonight when I noticed the eerie pink light. Two paces behind my desk, looking out the window. Grab the camera, tripod,…

Beach scenes from Pt Hicks on the South-East corner of our nation. The first land sighted by Cook on his great voyage (but he did not discover Austalia). I…

This is the worst drought I've ever seen. These are the best of 159 shots, trying to capture water in mid-flight. Still, I reckon with an assistant, luck, and…
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