Share your world – 17th November 2020

I managed to get out of Melbourne to visit a friend for two days on the weekend, woohoo. We still have zero infections and zero deaths and only 2 people still in hospital in Victoria, however there has been a sudden 2nd wave happening in other states. Still have to be ever vigilant and the…

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Monday’s Musings…

I DID IT! I got out of Melbourne! For the first time in ages I managed to drive from Melbourne to Ballarat and see my photographer friend Sue. Have not seen her in months. I expected to see more traffic on the road, but with good weather many people headed for the coast, while I…

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Looking at different focal lengths for portraits, part one — Photofocus

When it comes to portraits, what’s the best focal length to use? That’s a great question, some swear by a 50mm, some by an 85mm. So I decided to have a little bit of a length comparison. 34 more words Looking at different focal lengths for portraits, part one — Photofocus

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Is it time to make BBF your new BFF? — Photofocus

Photography is full of technical terms and buzz words, but one that really is a great one to consider is back button focus (or BBF). So what is it and why should you consider using it? 35 more words Is it time to make BBF your new BFF? — Photofocus

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Rainbow Lorikeets

These cute little guys have been playing in the front and backyard, they really love the red bottle brush trees…called Rainbow Lorikeets, had a ball watching and capturing them with a loaned Tamron 70-300mm lens…life does has it perks, but boy am I missing that lens. ~ Julz

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Bird of Paradise

In the very back corner of the back yard, I have this big terracotta pot, with a bird of paradise plant. To be honest it’s been so buried in plants I forgot it was still there. Some recent gardening and clean-up by Hubby uncovered it. Sadly there was only one flower spike but it’s so…

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Spring in the back garden

Playing in the backyard in sunny Spring afternoon, I had a pair of crows come to visit, who took a great interest in the dogs and the dogs them. Also had some more Rainbow Lorikeets. I loved the light and the sense of just being at peace and one with the garden, the birds and…

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Share your world – 10th November 2020

Another week of Melanie’s SYW, we are still enjoying some lovely weather, but sadly I have not been able to get out much to enjoy it, as I have suddenly become a little snowed under with work, so I am sipping my coffee in the sunshine while I write this. Here are a few shots…

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Mondays Musings

The sun is shining and there is a light at the end of this pandemic tunnel. The excellent news is that the light isn’t a train coming to run us over. We’ve had nine consecutive days of zero Covid cases and zero deaths. The 25kms lockdown has been lifted and I can visit regional Victoria.…

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