Category Archive: Macro

Ripples

Dear Friends, You have my apologies, I have been on a long hiatus from this blog, but not, I’ll have you know, from photography. Many things have happened since I last wrote so… Continue reading

Little pieces of the big picture

A school excursion to Pyrmont in Sydney on Friday proved to be a gloriously sunny day! We wandered amongst buildings both derelict and renewed. We watched fish swim under the wharf we lounged… Continue reading

Perhaps it’s my age

At the ripe old age of sixteen, I feel I am beginning to see more of the world around me. Yes, the first Shrek movie came out 12 years ago and I remember… Continue reading

Appreciation of my world

Apologies for the length between posts…school happened to get in the way! We’ve had the joy of late to spend time with some beautiful French exchange girls. Yesterday I had the pleasure of introducing… Continue reading

The Importance of being Glorious

It is holidays! A ha, the wonderfulness begins you say!? Well I agree dear reader…it does indeed. 3 days filled with the reading of Oscar Wilde as a backdrop to glorious weather of… Continue reading

Spilt salt

You know how there’s always a few grains of salt left on the dinner table after you’ve all eaten? Are they called grains? I have no idea! Any way, you’re meant to chuck… Continue reading

The darker details

My boyfriend tells me I says sorry too much…so I’ll just say it once and be done with it. I’m really sorry for not posting since April. Ok…moving on! I live in a pretty… Continue reading

Stop taking photos!

“Stop taking pictures E!” said my cousin. Not getting enough attention obviously, or perhaps I wasn’t playing ninjas well enough or he was sick of me saying “SMILE!”. I’ve been out west for… Continue reading

When busy enters your weekend

A 4 day long weekend. One heck of a lot achieved! I was awoken on Saturday by the laughter of my cousins, we drove out to a mate’s farm to look at the… Continue reading

Day Time Exists

I was in Canberra in the day time as well as the night…here are a few photos from the National Gallery and a yummy ice tea 🙂 Nothing exciting. E x

Same Same But Different

Same, same but different…A phrase my group of friends and I have been known to use more often than not after our trip to Vietnam and Laos last year. If you’ve travelled to… Continue reading

Bokeh Books

Some of you may be surprised to hear that a teenage girl like me reads books. Not only do I read books, and a lot of them, I read old ones too! Gasp… Continue reading

Odd Collection

When you’re an amateur like me….and you’re still experimenting to work out how ISO, shutter speed and aperture work…well, you come out with some odd collections of pictures! I had a whole day… Continue reading

Discovering Home

You can live in one place all your life, as I have, and still discover new things every day. I may have ridden my bike down this dirt road almost every week of… Continue reading

Sideways Scuttles

Discovering new places and new creatures is always exciting, but discovering both in one is even better! We whizzed around on our boat to a little beach around the corner and were amazed… Continue reading

Odd Reflections

I’ve had a busy few days at home, enjoying trail bike rides, bubbles, baby playing, food and outings! Below are some pictures of the bush reflected in the car windows, some using a… Continue reading

Summer loving

Family. Sunshine. Swimming. Eating. Playing. Laughing. Jumping. Cooking. Singing. Sewing. Smiling. Photo taking. That’s been my holiday so far, as you can tell it’s been pretty darn amazing! I’ve been lazing in the… Continue reading

Aperture Revelations

I’ve been working on using all the funky manual settings on my camera, especially aperture. For these pictures below (I know…more flowers!), I used an aperture of 2.8, which really fades out the… Continue reading

Depth of flower patch

When you’re working small scale, depth of field is important. As is focus…or is that the same thing? Any how…some of these evening flower shots are not in focus, but that was the… Continue reading

Spring Swirls

“There must be something more interesting than taking a photo of a flower with it in the centre of the shot” said I to myself on a windy Saturday afternoon. And I do… Continue reading