Monthly Archives: May 2014

Queensland, Australia By Emily McGuire

It was my intent to go out today and take some magnificent photos. Of course I wasn’t able to (such is life), so I have decided to go back and share the photos I took when I lived in Hervey Bay, Queensland. I hope you all enjoy them and please, go look at my other photos on my blog – http://www.sylimephotos.wordpress.com

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The photo above is where I used to walk my dogs every day. It was very pretty, the water was really warm (which I did not like, but I was in Queensland, I learned to accept it). This place was called Dayman Point.

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   The above photo was taken at the Hervey Bay Marina. There were houses all along here, I always wanted to live there. 🙂

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The above photo was taken at Urangan Pier. I loved this pier. At high tide you could not walk under it as the water came right up under it (at low tide though you could walk out on the sand, through puddles of water,  for almost a kilometre, which I always found freaky).

Cats!

I can’t find a better, and more interesting subject, than cats lately! I have plenty in my house (3) and a lot at my yard (up to ten sometimes!) so I gave them some treats to make them pose for me! 🙂

 

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Night Photo Shoot by Brie A. Edwards

A few years back, I decided to try my hand at taking photos of a friend at night in downtown Spokane. I had never done a photo shoot at night before. I really wanted to see if I could take decent portraits using only light that was available from windows and streetlights. Many of the photos turned out really cool looking and it makes me want to do this sort of portrait shoot again soon.

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See more of my photography at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/shadownlitephoto/sets/

Tactile Closeness by Kati Iyioku

Kati Iyikou is a hobby photographer from Budapest, Hungary. She likes to capture photos of nature and the many places she visits on holiday. She also loves to take photos of everyday objects from a different perspective or up close.

Kati says: “​I like taking these kinds of pictures because to me they are more of a sensory experience than a ‘regular’ photo as these images are also tactile in a way. “

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You can see more of Kati’s photography here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/katabogar/