Aug 092014
 

This week the Photo Challenge is Texture. Share a texture found in an unexpected place. It could be made of natural materials, as in these images, or with man-made objects.

This is not coffee on tap. The froth and bubbles you see are a result of saponin in the river. Saponin comes from plants as they break down in the water. As the water tumbles over the rocks it churns up the saponin in the water and makes a very natural ‘cappuccino’ in winter months. In summer we drink beer. To see how it’s created and move in the river  click here. In the entry Art by Nature I have some more amazing textures captured on the beach close to Denmark.


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Texture at the Beach

 

Jul 192014
 

This weekly Photo Challenge is about: Share your own vision of a container you find interesting. You can take the challenge as literally as you want — a box of chocolates, a broken bottle, your town’s water tank, an empty shell on the beach. Or go in a more figurative direction — from the skin that wraps our body to the comfort of a hug, we all constantly hold and are held by other things and other people. This photos are from “Water Containers” photographed in my home village where I grew up. To see more photos of this beautiful mountain village click here

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Jul 122014
 

This is my second entry about relic on this weekly photo challenge. I found this old machinery on a railway crossing in Western Australia near Carnarvon. 

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To see my first entry click here

Nov 022013
 

We went down south with our Probus Club and enjoyed beside the good company the beautiful seascape. To see more click here or on the pictures.

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Oct 082013
 

Sunday the 6th October we went to checkout the Wellington Dam. South-West’s biggest dam is overflowing the first time in four years and for the third time in the last decade. Thousands of litres of water are bursting over the 367 metre long crest of the concrete wall thanks to recent heavy rainfalls. I filmed and Elisabeth shot some pictures of this special event. To see the water flowing watch the video here or on Vimeo

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