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A software developer by trade, technology infiltrates other areas of life as well, one of which being the capturing of life into bits to form photos.
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Ian, I love your image of the Gallarus Oratory. Julane and I saw it in the rain after we bicycled the Dingle Peninsula in 2002. Just this past Saturday we returned from a 9 day bicycle tour of County Donegal and the geology I saw led me to think of you when I photographed some unusually folded rocks. Best regards. -Art

Very nice photo. Like and fav

Day tripping around the northern NSW country the roads hold more interest than the dual carriageway freeway.

Thank you, Peter, for I was delighted by its serene beauty, and so I am pleased that I have been able to share that with you through the image.


Thanks for all your special expertise, Conrad. This account is operational again! Thanks.

A polariser is a very cheap addition to your camera and it is necessary for landscape photography. Orientation of the camera is at right angles to the position of the sun for optimum effect. It also works when you are photographing water, glass windows.

In this photo, the golden colours of the metal roof and the bricks needed a complement from the blue sky, so I used the polarising filter to give that balance.


The original jetty was constructed 100 years ago (as of 2011) and has been rebuilt a number of times over these 100 years. At around 300M long, the end of the jetty can only just been seen in this photo.

I think that I might have been influenced by Renee!

True, Conrad. These little fellows are smaller than your little fingernail. I dug a hole to put the camera in, in order to photograph from such a low angle.

My compliments Conrad, and I like the art here! Btw, Margaret often sees the likely spots for me. She is wonderful as is Renee!

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