Today I wanted to touch on something that could be life saving or life destroying. That is the power of words. Sometimes when someone is feeling down, depressed or just sad, the words we say to them become imprinted on their soul and either reinforce the negatives or give them positives to hang on to. I was struggling recently with some personal issues and found myself struggling to believe in myself, I wanted to reach out to people without going Continue reading The Power of Words
Macro either excites people or terrifies them. Flowers are a favourite starting point for many people wanting to get into macro photography, for two reasons. One is that they are readily available and two there are lots that aren’t really small. For others it is their love of gardening that draws them to photography and eventually macro as they want to record the changes that happen in their garden. Flowers are favourites for photographers Continue reading Learn how to Photograph Flowers and/or Night Photography
I have always wanted to see real wreath flower. I had seen pictures, but I wanted to see one for myself. Wreath flowers are a unique and beautiful Western Australia wildflower. They grow in expanding circles, with the flowers appearing around the edges forming a living wreath. They bloom a vivid deep pink and white, some are mainly white and a dusty pink, some are vibrant red. Flower fanatics come from everywhere to see these beauties for themselves. The plants Continue reading Wreath Flowers
We are travelling from Broome to Coral Bay and will be stopping in Exmouth on the way, so I thought I would include some of the iconic wildflower of Western Australia, the Sturt Desert Pea. This wildflower is a vivid red with a black center and adds dramatic colour to the landscape. I will add more wildflowers as we travel further through the area, but here is a taste to wet your appetite.