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After 365….Archive 14



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 12



This shot was taken on Sydney Harbour, at a beach called Clontarf. I love starfish, for some reason, they make me smile.

Day 201 Sunday 16th October 2011

Beach Erosion

So this is our ‘local’ beach for the next few days. The last time I was at this beach, over a year ago, it was wide, flat and beautiful. It’s still beautiful, but the beach has eroded a lot. I am 6 feet tall and the height of the sand in this photo was taller than me.

We are here camping. In the morning, I wake up to view this beach that goes on and on and on. Behind the beach, is a beautiful National Park, where trees grow tall and animals roam free.

Speaking of roaming animals. Last night we had a visitor in our tent. He woke us at 2am making a horrific noise. When we ventured in to the room that the intruder was in, we found a possum eating an apple – he’d already eaten one. He was making so much noise, because he was getting frustrated as he couldn’t get out of the tent. When my partner opened the tent, the possum proceeded to drag a third whole apple, in the bag it was in – he succeeded. It was rather funny to be honest.

Day 87 Friday 24th June 2011

Step Into the Shimmering Light

I woke up early again, so I went to watch the sunrise for the 4th time this week.

As nice as the sunrise was, I prefered the sparkling light that was reflecting on the water and the sand.

I felt as though, if I were to walk/swim through this – I would be charged with all this light and warmth, that I would be glowing inside out.

I didn’t step in to the light, I just thought it…it was too cold. If I’d had my wetsuit with me, I more than likely would have gone in. So, I think, for my next sunrise, I may just do that, so that I can bathe in the light and perhaps I will be re-energised like a rechargeable battery.

Canon D10

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