Funnel Web Spider Orchid


Yesterday we went out looking for the Funnel Web Spider Orchid. It was going to be a long day so we packed a picnic and a thermos and headed off. The first placed we stopped at had lots of slipper orchid leaves but nothing much was out, so we continued to Augusta flat rocks. There we were greeted with a carpet of yellow, lemon scented sun orchids, so small and yet so intricate.               Continue reading Funnel Web Spider Orchid

Photographing native orchids.

one open and one closed Flying Duck Orchid

There are more than 12,000 species of wildflowers in WA, making it the world’s largest collection. It’s a staggering sight to behold, especially when you consider 60% of Western Australian wildflowers are found nowhere else on Earth. So we want to capture them in such a way that shows this beauty and diversity. As the orchids and a lot of wildflowers in Australia are very small, what is the best way to photograph them? Believe it or not, you can Continue reading Photographing native orchids.

Do you love taking photos?

Truck in the dust at sunset

Do you wish you could take better photos or were motivated to take more? I have good news for you and it’s not going to cost you a cent!!! Yep totally free. I am going to be posting tips, tricks, walkthroughs and more to help you when taking the image and when processing it. If you are subscribed to my newsletter you will receive a link to any articles I have put up during the week. If you want to Continue reading Do you love taking photos?