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After 365….Archive 14

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Uphill

Apologies for not posting for a little while, but it’s been for a good reason, as I am currently busy setting up my photography company…, registering my business, creating a business plan, buying a new Apple computer, designing a logo and many more things! It’s really happening! :-)
I hope to have my website ready to go live soon…stay tuned.

On another positive note, I am intending on starting my 2nd 365 project next Wednesday 25th March. I will be going away for a few days then, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to start it, plus I’ve had a little break from taking photographs, so I will be recharged and ready as ever.

This shot was taken towards the end of last year, on the mid North Coast of NSW Australia.

After 365….Archive 13

Drama Looming

Taken at Seal Rocks, NSW, Australia. I really liked the light in this one and the dramatic sky.

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After 365…Archive 11

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Waiting for the Right Moment

I watched this surfer for about 10 minutes as he stood waiting….waiting for the right moment.

This was taken up on the North Coast of NSW, Australia, back in December.

After 365….Archive 8

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Chance

This is yet another shot that I took over Christmas, whilst we were at Seal Rocks. It’s heaven for me, as far as photography goes.

After 365….Archive 7

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One of My Favourite Places/strong>

Seal Rocks, it’s a place I love and feel so peaceful and at ease with the world whenever I am there.

This shot, was another taken over Christmas. I just sighed out loud as I wrote, because I so wish tht I was there right now.

Day 277 Saturday 31st December 2011

Last Day at Seal Rocks

Today, we packed up our camping gear and headed back to Manly, followed by a journey in to Sydney to see the New Year.

I love Seal Rocks and can’t wait for our next trip there.

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Day 272 Monday 26th December 2011

Mini Road-trip

Today, we decided to go on a mini road-trip a couple hundred kilometres in all. We didn’t have a destination in mind, just thought we’d see where the road would take us.

We ended up in another National Park called Crowdy Bay, which was really lovely, lots of beautiful coastline.

Part of the National Park is a place called Diamond Head, which is another beach area. We went for a short walk, on a track that ended up at a viewing platform.

Upon our return, as we were walking along the track we had company! This female kangaroo and her joey decided to accompany us for quite a lot of the way. They actually dictated our speed as we didn’t want to startle them. We must have stayed with them for a good ten minutes. How lucky we’re we!!

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