Category Archives: Forest
When these fluffy yellow fellows the Bristly Cottonheads pop up in clumps throughout clearings in the Jarrah forest its a sure sign the spring is here even though the heavy rain and the thermometer would indicate otherwise…
Olympus EM-5 full spectrum converted.
If anyone tries to convince another that total knee replacements are painless its an absolute lie it hurts like hell I’m doing the exercises and tonight I walked a km. The twenty something physio said the more exercise you do the less pain you will have thats a lie to, besides what the heck would she know! Rant over…
Canon 5D converted to IR ƒ/8 1/160 ISO400
On of the most noticeable features of the Western Australian bush is the Xanthorea or grass tree also called a black boy because of its black burnt trunk. This is a Xanthorea flower spike which they seem to shoot out every few years much to the delight of every nectar loving creature.
Canon 4D IR ƒ/11 1/160s ISO160 Voigtlander 40mm
Sigma DP2 Merrrill.
I shot several versions of this quickly as the light was fading. This was shot in monochrome with a Yellow filter to try and extract a bit of detail from the sky. It didn’t work! so I toned it in Topaz restyle for dramatic effect…
Leica M2 ƒ/5.6 1/30s ISO400 Fuji Neo Pan 40mm Summicron
We are now in winter we have had a reasonable amount of rain and a few flowers are starting to bloom.
Leica M2 ƒ/2 1/30s ISO 400 40mm summicron C Ilford XP2