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Autumn Part 2 2008

Posted by wolfersphotography on May 17, 2008 at 2:55 AM

G'day its May!

I have been back from Cradle Mountain for a month and it was great (i cant stop thinking about it).  It was only for 4 days (without the hubby and kids) but was designated solely for photography. We awoke at 6am each day and photographed most of the day until 6pm. The weather was overcast with only a few sunny breaks. We have to cope with what weve got weather wise. We walked miles and i took heaps of shots. There were 7 of us on a photo tour with Richard White, who is a well known professional photographer. Most of the shots are in the Landscape and Rainforest pages but please do check out the platypus in the Animal page. Theres an interesting Infra Red shot of Cradle Mountain in the Infra Red page.

Recently i have been up at Cement Creek (on Mt Donna Buang which is approx 70km east of Melbourne) and i have been photographing the fungi and rainforest landscapes again. The fungi is always out from the 1st of May and its ben a bumper crop, so check out the Macro page.

I have also found out that i got 1st place and a Merit in the Animated section of the Australian Photography Societies Autumn Audio Visual Competition.  The first place was for my AV on Graffiti and the merit was for my Infra Red stuff.  My intention was to show people that some graffiti is a legitimate art form. You can see the Graffiti AV by following the link in the Slide Show page.

I am in the middle of doing a few new Audio Visuals that should be online in the coming months, one for Autumn, one for Cradle Mountain and one for a Rodeo that i went to in February.

Cheers for now !

Louise

 

 

 

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