Wednesday, 28 February 2007

Please wait....

Hi all,

I'm going to be away from my computer for about 2 weeks so I won't be able to put any new posts up in that time. I'll try to get some good shots while I'm away, so look for lot's more posts in about 2 weeks time!

See ya,


Grass waving in the wind...

Green grass waving in the breeze...
green grass swaying gently in the light breeze
Green Grass swaying in breeze

A nice abstract photo of some green grass bending gently in the breeze. Most of the grass stems are leaning to the right, but some are leaning in other random directions, bringing contrast into the picture.
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Friday, 16 February 2007

Valley Vista

Panorama of the view from Picnic Point
view of the valley vista from picnic point, toowoomba, queenland, australia.Valley Vista

This is a simple panorama I put together from three photos I took at Picnic Point, Toowoomba. The edges don't quite line up properly, but at first glance the picture looks quite nice. When I get a panorama-maker set up then I will post a better version of this vista up. The mountain at the right hand side of the picture is called Table Top mountain.
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Thursday, 15 February 2007

Silky Oak Tree Flower

Silky Oak Tree Flower
silky oak tree flowers golden orange yellow curly - In other words: Golden Silky Oak tree flower
Silky Oak Flowers

This is a photo I took a while ago of the golden flower of a Silky Oak tree. The trees look spectacular when they are covered with these flowers from head to foot. In the background of this picture you can see some budding flowers.

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Friday, 9 February 2007

Agapantha flowers

Here are two nice photos of agapantha flowers. They are flowering all over the place right now. The picture on the top has lot's of detail - you can see the small lines and markings on the individual flowers.
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Monday, 5 February 2007


Row of camphor-lauryls
row of trees camphor lauryl green contrast stark oldf
Row of trees

A nice row of green camphor-lauryl trees. The old tree in the right foreground contrasts starkly with the young, green trees in the rest of the picture.

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Saturday, 3 February 2007


I'm not sure if this exactly classifies as nature, but wood was originally in trees, and it's a nice pattern anyway, so I've put this up for you to see. This is a stack of planks lying on a wagon (not in the picture). The different sizes of all the ends give the picture variety despite it's repetitive nature. I set this picture as my desktop background, and it actually seems makes my screen look bigger!

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