Our Final Luncheon for 2018 will be held on Friday, 16 November, 2018. commencing 12 Noon at the West Adelaide Football Club, Richmond. Salad Bar Provided for those who love being Healthy. Attending: Alex Riley, Rod Parham, Jenny and Gary Easther, Ian Pedler, Keith Oxley, Faye McConnell, Ann and Keith Heilman, Conrad and Norma Rogers, … Continue reading
This is a small series of macro shots by photographer Jimmy Kong featuring little spiders staring directly at the camera. See, they’re not so scary now, are they? The one creeping under your bed covers? That one, yes. I used to have a spider that lived in the corner of the ceiling above my shower. … Continue reading
Two great photographs from the Sony World Photography Awards: 2015 shortlist. A shepherd in a snow storm and frogs hanging on a branch are just two of the fantastic photographs shortlisted for this year’s Sony World Photography Awards via Sony World Photography Awards: 2015 shortlist – BBC News.
Wolf haul… the animals breed deep in the forest in winter. Photograph: Alamy Deep in the vast enchanting forest, visitors track endangered wolves with a zoologist passionate about their survival Dawn in the Naliboki forest: mist over the marshes and bats skittering in birch trees. Above the clearing, stars are fading into a pale sky. … Continue reading
Ray Collins is a photographer known for his unique signature seascape photography. In this post we selected a series of amazing photos from the sea that I would like to call mountains of the sea. Enjoy! For more from Ray Collins visit raycollinsphoto.com, instagram.com/raycollinsphoto, facebook.com/raycollinsphotographer. About the author of this post My name is Paulo … Continue reading
Smithsonian Wilderness Forever Contest. Brown Bear Up Close (Ursus arctos). Katmai Wilderness, Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska. “I created several images as the bear rose and then retreated to the far shore. This shot, with the bear gazing directly at me, was the best.” Photo and caption by Robert Amoruso / Smithsonian Wilderness … Continue reading