Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

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This has been an interesting week, challenged to find and publicly post photos on Facebook of my husband and I. This experience has caused me to step back from life, and have a look at times passed by. Ray & I married in 1974, which in the grand scheme of things is not that long ago, but for two people sharing a life together, it is the majority of our lives. We have been together for many more years then we have been apart, and with a relationship that has had all the ups and downs that comes to all relationships, I am proud to say we are still enjoy been together all these years later.

We have so many photos! Photos that record our days before we married, the birth of our children, homes, holidays, work experiences, all the good times and the bad!  It has been difficult to select just 7, as these images are our personal hallmarks to the passage of time!

To strangers they are just snapshots, but to me and mine these are our moments that will  be remembered forever!

 

 

It was a stunningly beautiful day on Wednesday for a lovely family based wedding that has produced many beautiful moments and here’s one of them.

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Waiheke Museum, life as it was….but has anything really changed?

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Time certainly flys by when you hunker down for the winter months…but the building across the street is certainly progressing

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The season is slowly changing and I’m busy contemplating future projects,

i appear to be standing still but I’m dreaming of flying high…

looking forward

 

A friend sent me the link to this article…I found it really interesting and so true

 

The Female Body and the Voyeuristic Male Gaze.

I have been quiet for quite a while…no excuses…just busy with life, school and family.
But for a recent class assignment I made a timelapse video of a crane construction, which I thought I would share.
This is the first time I have done something like this, so it has been a massive learning curve. Must say I am pleased with the result, although I have noted a few things I would do differently if I have the chance to do this sort of thing again 🙂


The Object & The Site

My first slide show presentation, I love being out on the street, photographing the people on the street!

I wonder what the are thinking, what they are doing and where they are going.