Monthly Archives: December 2009

Rubber hits the road. I’m on the road again. For the next two weeks I will be shooting Victorian coast, Grampians National Park and Ballarat with Sovereign Hill. I was there a few years ago but it was a really quick drive – just usual tourist’s sightseeing visit. This time I want to spend more […]

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Himeji Castle, also called Hakurojo or Shirasagijo (“White Heron Castle”) due to its white outer walls and it is widely considered Japan’s most spectacular castle. Unlike many other Japanese castles, Himeji Castle was never destroyed in wars, earthquakes or fires and survives in its original form. It is the best preserved castle in all of […]

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“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” This is almost Murphy’s law photo. I tried to shoot this eagle while it was flying above me. Unfortunately it was so fast and so close that I couldn’t make any decent shot of it. As soon as I gave up and decided to shoot a range […]

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Last 1.5 weeks were quite busy. Almost had no time to process photos or read blogs and twitter. But hopefully I’m back online now. This photos is again from Mimosa Rocks on the Sapphire Coast of NSW made right after sunset. Exposure is 4 seconds. More images: Gallery of Mimosa Rocks National Park Stock Images […]

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