This is third post in a small series. You can find #1 and #2 at the bottom of this post.
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I have a love for photography, largely of the natural and living world.
My preferred way to take photos is in completely manual mode, adjusting Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO until I find the right feel.
I also pride myself on WISYWIG Photography (What You See Is What You Get), in other words, I don’t use any post-processing or filters.
beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Margaret Wolfe Hungerford (1878)
There is something to be said about the intrinsic beauty of the Australian golden sunset. The glorious red hues as the sun sets behind the horizon, leaving the oncoming blackness of night to fill its void.
A Moment In Time
Oh the timelessness of a forest with a waterfall. The cool and refreshing beauty of it, whisking any thoughts away and replacing it with a peaceful demeanor.
I admire the perseverance of this little cactus, who even though small, can stand up for itself. Its prickly thorns protecting it from any curious creatures. They are quite beautiful, but from a distance...
I find myself missing the tranquility of this garden. When I was studying at University, this was adjacent. So many times I found myself going here to have lunch, study or just get away from the hustle and bustle of the student life.
I find myself transfixed with this view, the golden sun peaking over the hills, shedding its last light upon the plains till morning come. It feels so warm and peaceful.