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Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation

Along the Coast

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Magical and mystical, the coastline of northern Queensland Australia.. really nice vibe to it all, even with clouds covering the sky!

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Work in Progress

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Yes! I’m working on the photobook.. in the mind that is lol.. i’m getting all ready to open all them different folders and copying the best images…
And in the mean time i’ve also been thinking about creating a watermark. Does any of you know how to make a watermark out of an image? I would love to use this image as it reminds me of a beautiful holiday in Australia back in 2010.. good thing to have sweet memories attached to all my photographs lol

Travel – a Monochromed Madness Theme

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This week is the first of the month, so it means that at Leanne Cole there is a themed Monochrome Madness. This month’s theme is Travel. For the image i choose, i didn’t choose to go through all my travel photos to pick the one i liked the most. Instead, i intuitively choose this picture i took a little over a week ago at the coast in Zeeland (a province in the south-west of the Netherlands, close to the sea as it’s name translates to Sea land). It’s one of my former roommates walking through the wet sand on our stroll on the beach. I personally like the simplicity of it. Not difficult to see what the image is about and yet the reflection creates a subtle extra dimension. Walking is such a wonderful way to travel. Just go where the legs will bring you

And as an extra i’d like to show the original colored version too, think the sand looks great in colors πŸ™‚
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Panoramic Seaing

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Beach Panorama kleiner

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Last year in September we enjoyed our last day in Croatia with a dinner at the beach close to Split. Had my camera with me and shot this panoram of the beautiful sunset

Diggin it

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This big fellow was waiting for its driver to arrive today, so it had to wait all weekend. But even when motionless, one can see the power of this yellow beauty. Tried a lower angle to create a more solid image of this digging machine

My first exposition!

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Since last week 20 of my images are in an exposition at the office i work in Deventer. Very cool to see all these images come alive. As i could do the selection, i choose a variety of work. Some edited with photoshop and others from the time i first started to really do photographing. Wanted to show you ladies and gentlemen the photographs. The above image is the actual setting. Below is a gallery with all 20 photographs. You may recognize some of them, as i’ve posted them before.

Let me know what you think of the collection πŸ™‚

 

Red Desert Sand

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Australian sand is beautiful with its red color. Especially in the Northern Territory and the northwest of Queensland we’ve seen many miles of it and actually drove a bit on dirt roads. Amazing to see and when it’s pristine like this, the details become enhanced. It was a real treat πŸ™‚

The Valley of the Winds

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As one travels through the barren land
These giants appear out of nowhere
A valley hidden in the red desert sand
Once the Great Ancestors stood there
Winds continue to whisper their stories
If one can be silent one can still hear
What is stored in these old memories
They tell us Dreaming is alive in here

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Clouds over Uluru

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Couldnt resist editing some more images, as i realized that i had not yet digged this treasure from the archive. It has its advantages, taking 3000 pictures πŸ™‚

Now just gotta find a way to sort them out easily.


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Slowly dying sunset

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Slowly dying sunset

Slowly the sun glided over the water on its way across the horizon, underway shedding off light. The waves slowed down as they settled for the night.
The boats enjoyed the calmness of the evening and anchored their stay. As the sun touched the mountain, a path of light came my way. As my feet stood in the sand, my eyes gazed upon the sky. At this precious moment no need to wonder why. Appreciating that nothing lasts forever, the beauty lies in accepting death like its now, not never. Life has meaning in every moment met, just like a slowly dying sunset.