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On the way to storm chase in Colorado. The New Mexico sky was just so tempting to shoot the milky way between Deming and Hatch. Been very busy storm chasing the last few weeks, and in the coming weeks will be extremely busy with work and storm chasing in Arizona. Will try and keep up with all the new contacts and old ones as I can. Thank you all for your support. :)

On a warm summers evening under a blue cloudy sky, from the sand dunes on New Brighton Beach- Christchurch, New Zealand.

Taken near Curio Bay, South Island, New Zealand

The iconic Empire State Building offers a view of the New York City metropolis that one will never forget. The chaos of Manhattan can be escaped for a brief moment and admired from 80 floors above. Undoubtedly the most amazing city experience I have ever had and I cannot wait to get back.

Manhattan Skyline, New York taken in december 2013


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A pretty section of beach along the Atlantic Ocean in New Hampshire.



I really like the new architecture of One New Change set against the old architecture of St Pauls in London it's really interesting. I love how the architecture of the new building leads you to the older cathedral.


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For out trip to Maine this summer, we also explored a little of the little New Hampshire coastline ... liked this pretty section with the rocks and seaweed.

Taken on my recent trip to New Orleans. While waiting for my flight something serious was brewing in the distance. Pretty dramatic.

.:/ The Jungle \:.


Empire State Building New York, Manhattan, USA.

New Leave's have so much Texture and Detail's,it make's it fun to find some.

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.....


Captured on a sunrise-morning walk on the Brooklyn Bridge


Brooklyn Bridge New York City, America.

From Forest Hill Reserve (Near Winton, South Island, NZ)

Map coordinates are approximate.



Last year I posted frequent updates about Mrs Mami Mallard and her six ducklings. Mami is a resident Mallard duck who sucessfully raised her second batch of six remaining babies at Foppe's Acre past Summer after having lost her first brood in Spring.

Mami tried again earlier this year but sadly none of her kids survived.


I am still waiting for Mami to return with her new brood but much to my enjoyment three of her kids from last year showed up past week with their own babies, Mami's grandchildren so to speak!


The whole yard comes to life again with these little peeps. Two mothers live with their kids on the canal where our Scovies live and the other one chose a ditch behind our house. I guess the canal gets too crowded for all these ducklings because the two sisters don't allow anyone to come close to their babies, there's quite a lot of chasing and quacking going on (besides peeping).


These kids will stand a better chance to survive because the water's edge is overgrown with grasses and reeds for them to hide (which wasn't the case in early Spring), and the predators who killed the early ducklings don't have mouths to feed themselves anymore.


I wish them all well and welcome this new generation to Foppe's Acre:-)


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I go to Paris, I go to London, I go to Rome, and I always say, “There’s no place like New York. It’s the most exciting city in the world now. That’s the way it is. That’s it.

” Robert De Niro "


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may we recognise the real gold from the "false" appaerance..........



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Midas or King Midas (in Greek Μίδας) is popularly remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold.

Midas rejoiced in his power, which he hastened to put to the test. He touched an oak twig and a stone; both turned to gold.

Overjoyed, as soon as he got home, he ordered the servants to set a feast on the table.

"So Midas, king of Lydia, swelled at first with pride when he found he could transform everything he touched to gold; but when he beheld his food grow rigid and his drink harden into golden ice then he understood that this gift was a bane and in his loathing for gold, cursed his prayer" (Claudian, In Rufinem). WIKI

Blue hour ensues over the rocky ... and hairy beach in New Hampshire.


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a new earth in a field of star clusters and nebulae

New York City skyline with Manhattan Bridge.

At the workshop of Beboy Photography.

After the sunset at 7:41, I waited until the lights started to come on. I wanted to stay within the "blue hour" to get a great looking sky with plenty of blue. This image was taken 26 minutes after sunset and was just about what I wanted. Three shots covered the skyline and Photoshop stitched them together. This group almost made it into the scrap bucket as I was a little disappointed in the sharpness up by the Empire State Building (left side of pic). I decided to bite my tongue and press on since this was my first night shot of the NYC skyline. I thought about cutting out that side of the image but really wanted to include the Empire State Building. I also thought I might have had a bit of heat distortion because the crane on the building next to the Empire State Building is fairly sharp. For a sense of scale, One World Trade Center (dead center) is 1.1 miles away and the Empire State Building is 3.8 miles away. One other cool effect is the way the small moving boats look with a 14 second exposure; you can see their lights moving on the water some with a sinusoidal or wave motion. For the pixel peepers, take a look at the original size.

The new eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge, I went back to Treasure island before dawn this morning to test the new Canon6D some more, I think I did a little better this time.


Taken with the old 70-300mm lens


Happy Thanksgiving to USAians, I will probably be camping the next couple of days with no wifi, next upload probably Sunday evening California time.

Yes We Can!! A change has begun, and will be a new dimension in time, and we shall reap the fruit.


Explore #345 January 20, 2009


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30 second exposure using a Lee Big Stopper

new life was given today in the birdhouse of our zoo

(pictures taken through the glass pane of the incubator under difficult lighting conditions).

Finally got myself a new bloody tripod. So so so much better and easier to use and so much more trustworthy! Such a simple thing that was definitely well needed!

This is the first shot I took with it, wanted to get some mossy rocks but they were already covered by the water going crazy, but still happy with this one

Been a while since I've uploaded again. Just been busy with uni exams and stuff. Got my first wedding as official photographer this weekend which I'm super keen for. Cannot wait to use the gear I have hired. It'll be my own some day..

New day, new cup of tea and new snow.

A new beginning.... Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year!!


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All the best to you my friends for this new year, that you may take the most beautiful pictures and bath yourself in the best light possible!

Hello, I got out this weekend to shoot a sunrise off the New Jersey coast, had some fog, mist and some decent wave action to work with which was nice. Thanks a lot for your comments.


This is another shot from the sunrise that I took a few weeks ago.Thanks for looking and your comments.

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