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The Fahnestock Special (again and again)

“The mind can go in a thousand directions, but on this beautiful path, I walk in peace. With each step, the wind blows. With each step, a flower blooms.” 171 more words

The great Crake quest part 3,The Crake arena.

We finished part 2 with Steve and I back home in Upper Hutt, waiting for the windows on the wagon to get fixed, determined not to let the thieves spoil our trip. 2,593 more words

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Angorichina, Flinders Ranges – Landscape Painting

August 2014

Another escape from the urban jungle. Wandering in the landscape away from the cityscape, the air conditioned termite mound that never sleeps. Away from the maddening crowd. 450 more words

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North East Coast Tasmania - Landscape Painting

October 2015

It had been a while. My last journey to Tasmania was in January 1983 during the Franklin River Campaign (see links below). At the time an escape from life drawing classes and surrealist parties to engage with far more important issues. 606 more words

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Size Counts

Today’s essay is all about size really does count.

Mostly this post is dealing with birds, big birds, little birds, huge birds and tiny birds. 481 more words

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Last Wednesday dawned a stunning mountain day: crystal-clear, cloudless sky and a slight nip in the air.  At last!   We have had such a long spell of awful weather and I didn’t want to have to lead another walk in bad weather. 1,862 more words


The art of composition

In this post I want to talk about composition relating to bird photography.
I only way I know how to do this, is to explain and show you how I would approach this myself. 709 more words

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