Tag Archive: Travel Photography

Weekly Photography Challenge: Surprise in Kyoto Japan

Surprise! Travel Photography! Weekly Photo Challenge

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Welcome to Japan

Introducing our notes from Japan. An amazing country with contrasts everywhere you look. A place that captured my imagination and has been pulling me back ever since.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

Life is but a blur Great words – don’t know who said them but they are very true.  How often do you find yourself sitting back looking at old photos wondering where all… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral

Henri Cartier-Bresson wrote “There is a creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Walls

It has been a few weeks since I posted one of the Weekly Photo Challenges from The Daily Post so I thought I had better get back onto that horse.  Sorry life has been getting… Continue reading

Bali 2014: Day Thirteen – Distinction Team Party Day

Wednesday 19 November 2014: Today was a little different to our normal pattern – we were excited to be meeting up again with our good friend Fredy from Drivers with Distinction.  Over the… Continue reading

Bali 2014: Day Twelve – Back to Sanur

Tuesday 18 November 2014: We awoke to our last morning in Ubud.  As is always the case always mixed emotions – sadness at having to leave Ubud but excitement at heading back to… Continue reading

Bali 2014: Day Eleven – Last minute Ubud

Monday 17 November 2014: Our second last morning in Ubud, tomorrow we will head down to Sanur for the next part of our holiday.  Today was a nothing planned day, pick up any… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

So I have been a bit slack with the blog this past 2 weeks.  Sorry! Have been busy at work and took a bit of a hiatus….Catching up now – Last week’s Weekly… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth

This week’s challenge from The Daily Post was to share our take on “depth”.  The first image that popped into my head was an image close to home, from the Kondalilla National Park,… Continue reading