Grids make good frames.
In the middle of the Queensland Outback just at the Northern Territory border is a little fuel stop called Camooweal. It was some experience working there in a bar for 8 weeks that felt like 8 months, but one thing is for sure, I have never seen sunsets like the ones there, before or after. This part of Australia is covered in red dust and when the sun set, it was like the very air turned red.
At the air show at Ayr Beach on Saturday, the Red Arrows flew as though they were connected. Can you see the love heart?
I have to post this picture of the doll I made for Halloween last year, because it still creeps me out and I created it ha!
I was out for a walk at the weekend and was reminded how wonderful Spring is. Everything was beginning to grow, hundreds of tiny lambs were in the field and the light was everywhere. Truly wonderful time of year. Reading Far from the Madding Crowd at the moment as well, so my thoughts are even more on nature than before.
This was a mural in the middle of a park in the centre of Bangkok. It was part of the celebrations for the King’s Birthday which was the day I arrived in Thailand for the first time. They were all very enthusiastic about the King’s birthday and there were pictures of him in most of the shops. I like the randomness of the wall and the pleasant irony of me taking a picture of people taking pictures of people in pictures. Thailand is very random like that.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds.”
The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image.