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Showing posts from August 8, 2010

Kayaking in Tasmania

It was an overcast day which proved to be beneficial to the photos as the contrast between the water and the sky was greatly reduced.  The shells in the first photo are scallop shells dotting the rocky beach, adding a supplementary yet dramatic colour to the purplish cast afforded by the GX200 WB Correct function.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Stars

How I wonder what you are!There are starfish galore in the water along the waterfront in the city of Hobart.   Simply beautiful with the reflections!


The many legs of the OZ trip involve lots of flying.  The boredom of waiting can breed creativity for photography, if you keep observing.


This goldfish vanished some 30 seconds later.  I was travelling on a train and luckily the camera was turned on and ready to shoot in no time, as always.


The OZ trip is not about clouds.  But who can refrain from taking this shot?  I have brought the Samsung WB600 along with the GX200.  The reason is that the WB600 features manual mode even though it is a point and shoot with a tiny sensor which is especially important for a camera with a long reach.A sharp eye and some light weight cameras are all you need to enjoy photography.

Fish in the Sky

Been up to a mountain in Australia and amazed by the cloud formation, again.  Here are two big fish:And a shark:

Oh My Head!

Practising wizardry at a friend's place in OZ.This is Sunday.  Have fun with your friends.