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Hey there world!

Posted: 10/10/2016 11:26:20 PM

Hey there world well I just wanted to introduce myself first off I am Bryan Ortiz a free lance photographer in monterey bay ca. I have about 5 years of extensive photography experience and I am more than willing to work with any client that needs some photos. Please feel free to contact me with any ...   Read Full Article

Pildappa Rock

Posted: 10/5/2016 4:46:40 AM

My latest Light box has some stunning images taken of the natural rock which rises out of the ground.
The use of the rock to harvest water by Aboriginals and White settlers was brilliant engineering.   Read Full Article

Fowlers bay

Posted: 10/5/2016 4:08:33 AM

We were staying at accommodation at Fowler's bay and they had whale tours scheduled so I went, very little in the way of whales but plenty of seals. Classic action of these adorable creatures.   Read Full Article

West Coast South Australia

Posted: 10/5/2016 1:35:03 AM

A trip through this area was eagerly anticipated, July 2016
was a chance in weather and being the middle of winter we had fingers crossed.
The weather was very kind to us and this selection of images show just some of the wildlife and scenery we enjoyed.
I hope you enjoy the ...   Read Full Article

Snowy Canberra

Posted: 7/12/2016 10:58:37 PM

Hey it snowed in our capital city this morning. It used to happen nearly every winter but not so much lately. It was a bit patchy with more on the southern hills and a good 10cm on Mt Ainslie. I expect there is much more on the Brindabellas but it isn't clear enough to see yet. I've ...   Read Full Article

Coolamine and Blue Waterholes

Posted: 5/23/2016 9:03:09 PM

Due partly to wanting to try out an updated car, last week I went to a special area in the Kosciuszko ​National Park called Blue Waterholes. The water is blue-ish because of the limestone forming the cliffs and caves. I started going there for the fishing 35 years ago. It's a long day trip ...   Read Full Article

Licensing involving five countries

Posted: 4/19/2016 9:27:15 AM

When I licensed this image for publication, the process involved people from five countries on three continents. And in this internet age it went very smoothly. Read the story under News on my website.   Read Full Article

Now open!

Posted: 4/5/2016 12:04:12 AM

My website is now open with a new name and more new images.   Read Full Article

Bool lagoon

Posted: 3/25/2016 4:45:41 AM

Three years ago was a busy time for me, part way through University at the ripe old age of 58 my brain hurt.
For a week of the school holidays we chose to stay at Naracoorte situated in the South East of South Australia.
Bool lagoon is about km towards Mt. Gambier the roads are good ...   Read Full Article

Home grown Vegetables

Posted: 3/19/2016 1:18:11 AM

I picked the last of our summer vegetables today,they were not the best we had over the summer but it was satisfying to enjoy the process of working in the garden.
I hope you feel the colour and sense of home grown produce
we enjoyed this year.   Read Full Article

Big Surf at Boomer's Beach

Posted: 3/3/2016 5:12:27 PM

I love to drive down south of Pt. Willunga were I live and last Friday was no exception,of to Victor Harbor to capture some sea birds was the plan. We drove toward Goolwa and saw a sign to Boomer beach which is near to Pt.Elliot, in a former life I was a Builder/Carpenter and as we drove along the ...   Read Full Article

WA Wild Flower Images From Last Spring

Posted: 2/25/2016 6:52:14 PM

Spring in Western Australia is nothing short of spectacular for wild flowers. From north to south there is an abundance of floral beauty.
I have uploaded to my library a collection of images, mainly Verticordia species also known as feather flowers and a number of Grevillea species.
Do ...   Read Full Article

National Icons

Posted: 2/19/2016 9:02:39 PM

It hasn't been easy but I have managed to capture several interesting new images of Canberra and its National Icons. The weather didn't cooperate at all until February and then there were temp. fences, people erecting sculptures or guys with cherry pickers changing lights, etc. It's ...   Read Full Article

Windsurfers

Posted: 2/16/2016 5:28:35 AM

When the wind picks up, windsurfers come from far and near to their favorite spot on the Adriatic coast, and soon a lot of sails can be seen amid the waves. Take a look at my new lightbox!   Read Full Article

More images added to lightbox

Posted: 2/1/2016 2:07:43 AM

My lightbox with images of children has been updated.   Read Full Article

The eternal city

Posted: 12/25/2015 5:28:03 AM

My new lightbox presents images from Rome. One of the most visited cities in the world, it is full of interesting places to visit and things to see from treasures in the Vatican Museums to colourful piazzas or a romantic trattoria in the evening.   Read Full Article

Various uses of cellphones

Posted: 11/20/2015 3:03:09 AM

People do not only use cellphones to call friends. They take photos (particularly selfies!), they watch movies, they play games, they send text messages, they search the internet. One of my images even shows a man who uses cellphones to adorn his hat!   Read Full Article

Tasmanian Photogenics

Posted: 11/12/2015 10:47:26 PM

I've just returned from 2 weeks in Tasmania. It has so many photogenic features. Macquarie Harbour, Cradle Mountain and the Tasman Peninsula. Even the Hobart docks and Bruny Island. There is a new Lightbox with 50 odd samples. Of course there are also images on my Mostly Photos art print site ...   Read Full Article

More vertical images

Posted: 10/25/2015 8:55:22 AM

I have published a new lightbox with vertical images particularly suitable for book and magazine covers.   Read Full Article

Panoramas

Posted: 10/21/2015 10:55:12 AM

Images with a wide aspect ratio can be useful for double spreads in magazines and for websites, be it as single banner images or used with other images in a slider. See a collection of panoramic images on my website. Click on Galleries.   Read Full Article

 

 

 

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