Pool of Thought @ Now Look Here.

Pool of Thought

Pool of Thought @ Now Look Here.

Subtle reflections reward the careful viewer.

Go man go!

Subtle reflections reward the careful viewer.

Oversized props are an effective way to distract attention from the subject.

Crazy Comrade

Oversized props are an effective way to distract attention from the subject.

NOT ready for my close-up!

Introvert

NOT ready for my close-up!

'That's me in the corner ... ' etc.

Welcome

'That's me in the corner ... ' etc.

In my elements.

In my elements.

A shadow of my former self.

A shadow of my former self.

You don't need a signed release for THIS kind of headshot! :)

You don't need a signed release for THIS kind of headshot! :)


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One of the first pics I took with my Panasonic Lumix TZ10. A pleasing start.

In the pink

One of the first pics I took with my Panasonic Lumix TZ10. A pleasing start.

Love green? See these!

Love green? See these!

This striking scene arrested me as I wandered near Seminyak in Bali. The suggestion of a leader, backed by three cohorts, is mildly unsettling. A bit 'Planet of the Apes' (original version) maybe. I certainly didn't see any crows! I also find the background jungle a bit menacing, but that's probably because I'm a city boy. Note the rich shadows in the blue shirt. The rice is lovely.

This striking scene arrested me as I wandered near Seminyak in Bali. The suggestion of a leader, backed by three cohorts, is mildly unsettling. A bit 'Planet of the Apes' (original version) maybe. I certainly didn't see any crows! I also find the background jungle a bit menacing, but that's probably because I'm a city boy. Note the rich shadows in the blue shirt. The rice is lovely.

Can you spot the praying mantis?

Can you spot the praying mantis?

Holding the line (a poem to my dad).    Winter.    A long, active life - lived to good purpose.    The proof in scars.    A dipping sun gilds fragile bones.    Awkwardly set, but clinging yet.    To this worldly thread.    Brave. Upright.    An iron will holds failing parts.    With fixed stare that daren’t fall.    To the creeping gloom.

Holding the Line

Holding the line (a poem to my dad). Winter. A long, active life - lived to good purpose. The proof in scars. A dipping sun gilds fragile bones. Awkwardly set, but clinging yet. To this worldly thread. Brave. Upright. An iron will holds failing parts. With fixed stare that daren’t fall. To the creeping gloom.

Photo of green ivy taking over inner city carport.

Photo of green ivy taking over inner city carport.

Barley dog.

Barley dog.

Is this ivy malicious? Is the tree afraid?

Is this ivy malicious? Is the tree afraid?

Photo of number forty-five (45). Watch this space!

Photo of number forty-five (45). Watch this space!

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