Each day, a few times a day, trains depart from Bergen heading to Oslo, and Oslo heading to Bergen, on what is said to be one of the most scenic train routes in the world. In the space of about 7 hours, you can see Winter-snow mountains, lush green birch forests, and Summer-kissed fields, allContinue reading “Norway by railway”
Art galleries and museums themselves can be subjects of art, and why not. In fact, they are probably some of the most interesting buildings, and places to people watch, in the world. All photos below taken in Europe 2016.
In 2011 I did a photography project through the website Flickr called the ‘365 Project‘ where I had to take and share a photo a day for 365 days. My intention in doing the project was to make photography part of my everyday routine again (like it was when I was a teenager), work myContinue reading “Photo project: May Winter Appear”
While Australia reluctantly eases into Autumn (have you seen the temperatures?), the northern hemisphere is entering Spring. In the media, especially on social media, I keep seeing excitement of lambs lambing, daffodils blooming, and magnolias at Kew Gardens waking. I have a huge soft-spot for Kew Gardens and its magnolias, as wandering under and aroundContinue reading “March Magnolias”
People often make or get cynical comments about sharing sunset photos on social media but there is a reason people do – sunsets are usually spectacular and the colours are magnificent. The Spring (and soon Summer) sky above Melbourne has been showing off most evenings this year, and I haven’t been able to resist takingContinue reading “Photos: Melbourne city sunsets”