Right, finally I am finishing up on the images I took from the trip months ago. There are still a few images pending in my stock library, but the images in this entry should round up most of what I want to share on this blog. A small collection of street and nature images round up my trip to Melbourne and Victoria. Continue reading
Victoria 2017: Twelve Apostles At The End Of Winter, Beginning Of Spring
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All things considered, a bunch of rocks standing out in the sea near the coast by themselves isn’t actually very interesting. What actually makes this place worth visiting is everything altogether – the rocks, the wind, the sea, the waves the spray, the rain, the clouds, the sky, the weather, the smell of nature, the sound of the waves and the howling wind, everything. Prima donnas have no place here. Everything comes together to deliver an unforgettable experience. No, simply a bunch of rocks out in the sea is not interesting. But the whole orchestra of nature coming together is very interesting. Continue reading
In response to WPC: Serene
On the southern coast of Australia, in the state of Victoria near Melbourne. The beach. The sea. The waves. The wind. The chill. The end of winter. The start of spring. One of those times in life when you just want to slow down, freeze, relax and bask in the wonder of the moment.
It’s nature. There are trees, foliage, flowers and plants in general. They are just trees aren’t they? They are everywhere. But sometimes, they just look special under the randomness of light, clouds and weather. Enough for me to put aside this little gallery of three images for them.
Victoria 2017: Within The Temperate Rainforest Of The Great Otway National Park
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This blog will take a slight turn towards nature for a few weeks as I document my short trip in Victoria. But I’ll be back in architecture and street photography soon. Stay tunes. -WY
I managed to find a little time for this post after a long absence. Apparently, I totally missed out on the news that a new wetlands and accompanying sections were added to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, accompanied by convenient interconnected walkways which give visitors a close look of the new nature attractions. Continue reading
Remember how I mentioned that I might be done with flora photography unless I have a reason to purchase another long macro lens? Apparently I was wrong, as a sightly different perspective with a short 60mm macro could produce surprising results.
Tiny Green Chrysanthemums
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This update completes my gallery of flora images. This gallery is curated with some third-party input, and consists of images which I feel is print-worthy for display. No weird stuff here that might terrorize guests visiting your place. 😉 First up from above, we have some Chrysanthemum fireworks. Continue reading
Alient Plant (Shrubby Veronica)
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In which we take a look at some of my more unusual flora images. You require a confident, contrarian attitude to have these displayed in your room. Indeed, third-party feedback for these take positions at opposite sides of the opinion slider, range from “uh… no” to “wow it will be interesting have this as a decorative print”. Without writing too many words, let’s start with pictures straight away. First up at the top, an alien plant. Continue reading