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My place in time – How we communicate.
Candid & Photojournalistic / My place in time / Observations & Photowalks

My place in time – How we communicate.

This is my place in time. I’m well over the halfway mark now! Here are a few more photographs to tick off the list, ahead of a review of the work I’ve completed so far. #81 – I bought a lottery ticket. Ok, that’s a blatant lie, I didn’t, I just photographed this newsagency on Barrack … Continue reading

My place in time – A trip to the movies.
Candid & Photojournalistic / My place in time / Observations & Photowalks

My place in time – A trip to the movies.

This is my place in time. Well, this afternoon has established that I really need to address my workflow… four hours of editing for a post that the average person will look at for less than two minutes. Hmm. Still, the important thing is that you’re looking at it, so it wasn’t all for nothing. … Continue reading

Stolen moments – Snapshot of Perth City 16/8/14
Candid & Photojournalistic / Observations & Photowalks

Stolen moments – Snapshot of Perth City 16/8/14

I love a stolen moment. An everyday scene, quite ordinary, quickly forgotten, routine perhaps to the people involved in it. Often life gets so busy that I will snap away with my camera, perhaps inspired for a fleeting moment by a piece of architecture, or a collection of people, but then the photo ends up … Continue reading

My place in time – Nothing but trees.
My place in time / nature / Observations & Photowalks

My place in time – Nothing but trees.

Jason and I have just returned from a long overdue holiday down in the south west of Western Australia. On Tuesday morning we drove down to the Boranup Forest, a stretch of Karri trees not far from the coast. It was beautiful wandering through the cool forest in the morning light, listening to the rustle of the trees, and the chirping birds.

We thought it was a perfect spot to tick off a couple of the “My place in time” photo prompts. Continue reading

My place in time – A shop that’s no longer open.
My place in time / Observations & Photowalks

My place in time – A shop that’s no longer open.

It seemed an awfully long time since I’d seen the gates open, and I couldn’t help but feel that with it being such prime land, close to the city, that it was only a matter of time before it would make way for apartments. That nagging feeling intensified when I went to photograph the Maylands Traffic Bridge before its death. Continue reading