Monthly Archives: January 2011

Jack Dykinga once said: “You usually don’t get it right the first time, I call it a drive-by shooting. … I can’t think of any time I’ve taken a meaningful photograph the first time…” This is very much true. Especially if I think about MacKenzie Falls in the Grampians National Park in Victoria, Australia. I […]

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Finally I’ve got almost right tempo of processing photos. I still have a lot of photos from Kyoto, Osaka and Matsumoto in Japan and many photos from Huangshan, Longsheng (Longji), Yangshuo and Zhangjiajie in China to process. Ah!.. and also from the last trip to South Australia and Victoria as well. I just do not […]

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If you follow me on Twitter you probably already know that my Mac died last Thursday. I suspect there was a huge electricity spike and my surge protector couldn’t handle that. So the power supply unit and the motherboard died at the same time. Had urgently buy a new one and a UPS. Spent weekend […]

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More images: Aoraki/Mount Cook, New Zealand Stock Images | Alpine and Mountain Landscapes Stock Images | Landscape Stock Photography

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More images: McLean Falls, Catlins, New Zealand Stock Images | Forest, Rainforest and Waterfalls Landscape Stock Images | Landscape Stock Photography

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