Imperfect landscape photo
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My Landscape Photography

I haven’t written anything about  escaping from Qatar and suddenly ending up in the UK, and I feel guilty about it.   Honestly, I didn’t know how to begin, as time flies so quickly and here we are well in to 2016 where the travel story has already passed by, and its hard to fully recall as well as linking up with all my recent stories, as it is totally different from my new world now. However, this Weekly Photo Challenge theme ‘Landscape’ might give me an excuse to recall of some things of what I did last year.

Imperfect landscape photo

An imperfect landscape photography: “I wish I was here on different time of the day…. “

I purposely packed my bag in such a way that all my better camera gear was always handy, to capture better pictures during my trip focusing on landscape photography genre. But being an avid Landscape Photographer turns out difficult to get a good landscape pictures on the road. Here are some examples:

The colour of the sky and the trees could have been different if I could visit this place on different time of the day

The colour of the sky and the trees would have been different if I could visit on a different time of the day

Rather interesting picture with all the composition elements... but there's unwanted shade of the sky-train window on the sky... :(

Rather interesting picture with all the composition elements… but there’s unwanted shade of the cable car window on the sky…😦

Sort off following the landscape photography rule, but I have to be there during sunrise.... an unfriendly hour really

Sort off following the landscape photography rules, but I have to be there during sunrise…. an unfriendly hour really

All pictures are taken on the east coast of Australia, mainly in Queensland. I sort of stopped trying to get a good shot after this….

 

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Filed under: eJournal, Photo Essay, Travel Notes

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I used to live as an expat and travel around the Middle East. After 10 years working in the Arabian Gulf I am now retired and living in the UK with my British husband but still retain my interests of further travels and exploring new horizons in Europe.

8 Comments

  1. I wouldn’t have noticed the window reflection if you hadn’t mentioned it. And the opening photo is lovely. Don’t worry Nina, we all go through dry writing and blogging spells.
    Alison

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