Beach at Pinkenba, Queensland.
FujiFilm S7000 f8.0 1/100 ISO200
Fenceline at Withcott, rural South-East Queensland. Fuji S7000, blended hand-held exposures.
This picture (before cloning out the watch) placed 10th in the FujiMugs "Fear of the Dark" challenge. It's a self-portrait back-lit with only a torch (flashlight).
Update 2005/09/30: Submitted to PhotoFriday "Darkness" challenge.
The critter who went for a dawn walk on this beach followed a chaotic path indeed.
Very much a challenge to find "Chaos" for a PhotoFriday entry, especially when I usually look for order and balance when I shoot.
Toowong Cemetary, Brisbane Australia. Sad that some people get a thrill from defacing the resting places of others - with not even a piece of eight to show for it.
Placed 30th (oh well) in the FujiMugs "Movies" challenge.
2005-07-05 Submitted to the PhotoFriday "Somber" challenge.
2006-10-20 Last-minute submission to the PhotoFriday "Destruction" challenge.
Known around here as "Christmas Beetles" as they tend to come out around November/December, our summer. Their colourings are just amazing, providing you can get past the fact that they are, after all... bugs.
They have a wonderful multicoloured speckled back, but once they get tired (like this guy was) they insist on rolling onto their backs and become rather uncooperative models. As it turns out, they have shiny bellies too.
2005-07-29 - Submitted to PhotoFriday.com "Attractive" challenge.
Man and Tree
Taken by the sea at Sandgate. Was going to be my entry for the FujiMugs "Symmetry" Challenge, but alas I got home too late!
Taken for the PhotoFriday 'Symbol' topic. The equipment behind the glass is a Telequipment D83 CRO (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) that still gets permanent residence on my desk despite being rarely used. It's a geek thing, I guess :-)
Hmm... well.... now the PhotoFriday topic is "Nerdy". It's as if I took this photo a challenge or so early! Lazy, yes... but I'm submitting this one again.