The photography opportunities down here in Denmark are surprisingly great considering it’s been winter and the weather’s been rather wet and miserable. This picture above shows a local Drosera plant which has captured an insect, then the over night rains have created an interesting bubble of water around the captured insect.
I went into Albany today to get my car window fixed after my Nullaki walk the other day. I decided to spend a few hours in town with the macro lens checking out some of the plant life, these photos are the result.
Plants can be both beautiful and also kind of ugly, but there’s some beauty in even the most ugly ones if you look closely enough. This was an experiment in macro plant photography around Denmark including some great carnivorous plants.
Yep, finally time for me to buy proper reading glasses, cheap supermarket ones just weren’t cutting it any more. The same day I picked up my new reading glasses I had also collected a couple of litres of shell grit earlier from Parry beach. That night I sat down with a few bowls, put on some music and picked through the shell grit looking for whole shells and this was the result.
A selection of photographs taken on a winters day from early in the morning till late in the afternoon.
A 5km walk along the Wilson Inlet at Denmark, wandering through everything from swamp, to tall Karri forest. This was a beautiful winters day when the rain held off for most of the day and I got some nice photos.
A selection of photos I’ve taken over the past few weeks. All photos are untouched straight off the camera (click on them for larger images).
This is a little selection of photos from around Denmark and the bush block I’m living on at the moment.
The forest down here in Denmark is diverse and exceptional. Here are some photos I took during a couple of walks through the bush.