Celebrating what's right with the world - the stunning rocks on Port Alfred's East Beach
Happily, in my travels this year, I have visited places on treacherous coastlines with operating lighthouses and I've taken pics of the lighthouses.
I didn't expect birds to be something I would photograph a lot on my trip to New Zealand - I'm not sure why!? I was also so glad that I've spent so much time this year practicing my bird shots, I needed to rely on those skills! Here's a selection of my favourites from the multitude that I took!
My red Converse high tops have their first adventure - revealed through my "Where I Stand" shots! 🙂
Despite all the travelling, I have done this year (Botswana, Namibia and New Zealand), I have stalled - I’m not posting every day, so I have massive holes in my calendars. I feel disconnected and uninterested. My project is not vibrant or alive.
The delight of watching the mousebirds in the winter garden.
A post for Becky's square roofs June challenge.
Its mid-winter here, and as I write we are on our way to the shortest day of the year. Winter is when the deep orange aloes come to life in the wild, along the roads and in the gardens. The brightly coloured, tubular flowers that are filled with nectar are a welcome source of food … Continue reading Bees, bugs, birds – A week in the winter garden
I was thrilled when someone on the 365project.org community drew our attention to a recent academic article called “The daily digital practice as a form of self-care: Using photography for everyday well-being” in the journal Health. The thrust of the article is that the practice of doing a 365 photo project has complex benefits and can be linked to the improvement of everyday well-being. For a long time, I've had my own thoughts about the benefits of these types of projects, and whilst they are not a cure-all for everyone, I certainly have had only good things to say about them. I really believe that my life has improved because of my ongoing project.
Musings on 2018's Half and Half theme