Monthly Archives: October 2008

Our family in the backyard

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been watching a second family living in our backyard from our porch.  Yesterday they left the nest, it was a sad day and we miss the babies. Here is a photograph of the family, taken with a 300mm f2.8 pentax lens on loan from a friend.  An...

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Nicole and Dan’s wedding, Part 2

I have finally got some of the photos together from Nicole and Dan’s wedding., I hope you like them.  The wedding was photographed with Kellie Blinco from Gladstone. I photographed this while Nicole helped get a broach on her mum, does she not look stunning. The flowers were by Every Blooming Thing,  which did a...

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Children of Sapa

In my life before children, I really liked to travel with my camera in hand.  Visited 36 different countries with my trusty Minolta SRT101, a titanium shelled fully manual camera made in the 60′s.  It was nearly indestructible, worked without batteries (very important in the cold) and took fabulous photos with a Rokkor 50mm lens. ...

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Wedding Football

So many great wedding photos, so little blog space. I am still sorting though the 7,000 wedding photos I took at Nicole and Dan’s wedding, I might have to show them in segments. Nicole and Dan informed me that they met while playing touch football, so I thought it might be a good idea to...

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Nicole and Dan’s wedding, a sneak peak

Here is a sneak peek of Nicole and Dan’s wedding in Rockhampton yesterday.  It was a beautiful wedding, and the rain held off.  Nicole looked absolutely stunning in her wedding dress. A photo of the newly married couple at Kershaw Gardens Some soft light from doorway of the Cathedral On other exciting news, Acacia (my...

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A Little Wet in Rockhampton

Well tomorrow I am photographing Nicole’s wedding (see previous post for engagement shots),  and guess what, its raining in the middle of a drought, I mean it has not rained in months here in Rockhampton.  So today I quickly skirted out some under cover areas in the Rockhampton “city” to find something pretty and dry...

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The Ice-cream Incident

At the end of this month, my lovely daughter Acacia is going to reach the big one year old, its amazing how fast that year has gone. Everyday I wait for her to take her first steps, she stands OK but does not even think of walking without a helping hand. One day soon it...

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Nicole and Dan at Keshaw Gardens

Next weekend I have the pleasure of photographing Nicole and Dans wedding in Rockhampton. I know Nicole from my other job (the one that currently keeps me alive), and when I suggested that I help to photograph her wedding, she jumped at the chance. So last weekend I did a wedding engagement sitting with Nicole...

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