Another of the mystery bulbs. This is stunning,
and I have no idea what it is.
Someone might be able to email me at
if they think they know what it is.
That would be most appreciated.
This photograph was taken
more 39 years ago, in the days when we had 35 mm cameras, and conducted slide shows.
Many moons later I had Kodak reproduce it in photograph form as it is an all time favourite of mine. It was taken
one morning very early, while on holiday in Penshurst, in the Western District of Victoria. I was delighted
to capture these two birds so 'at home' with one another. I watched them for a long time before taking the
photograph. Happy little souls.
The above photo was taken in May
with my trusty (and tiny) Digital Camera.
Couldn't resist the Autumn sunset showing
just to the left of our home.
So I clicked - and was pleased enough with the
to then frame it.
The below is NOT my photograph unfortunately.
Whether it is a composite, something done
with a programme, or an actual photograph I have
no idea. It seems to be 'public' property
as it has been around the world a few times.
If anyone knows who did this, I will be only too
happy to acknowledge the original owner
of this great image.
|Click on image to view true size - it is worth it. !
This photograph was taken on a dullish
and the sun was mostly behind the
cloud in the centre.
Taken with my digital camera - which
captures everything in colour,
it turned out black, white and grey and
was quite taken with it, as I had
aimed the camera directly toward the
|The Garden Gate
A photograph taken of our Back Garden
which actually opens at the side !!
This photo was taken recently - and turned
far better than I could have hoped