Friday, 30 December 2016

Noosa Heads in Black and White, Queensland Australia 2015



Don't know when I'm going back up to Queensland but I've missed the nomad life already. Working on Magravs Power Unit and learning more about the technology. Still need more time to master it. With any skills in life, it takes 10000 hours to master anything. I'm still have a long way to go to reach that mark. It's roughly 5 years of university degree education if you don't know how to convert it.

I have to convert my Camry to a Magravs Power House before I'll take up another road trip. The life on the road is begging but major costs is petrol/fuel to go to places. Hopefully by the time I'm planning my next big road trip I'll have my car running on Magravs Plasma Energy. And so could you if you interested. Go to KesheFoundation.org and download the blueprint. Enjoy Noosa Head in black and white. 

There's so many places in Australia that I want to capture. Remember capture and reserve not destroy. Just wondering how many places on Earth that are in a state of decay due to over tourism or simply careless by the people in charge of protecting it. Next year I'm going to Asia to see it for myself and I'll come back? Don't know. 

Thursday, 29 December 2016

St James Station, Sydney Australia

Every city has a landmark for a bird eye view. Sydney has the Centrepoint Tower. A very convenience location to right in the heart of the city. I think I only went up there a couple of time but not as a photographer. Something on the bucket list for 2017 hey?

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Good Spot for Sydney New Year Eve Party



Christmas has just passed and guess what the party just started. If you lucky to have this spot for Sydney New Eve Fireworks then you're a very lucky person. I haven't been able to get a good shot of the fireworks ever since I have taking up photography. 

Could somebody take a good photos of the fireworks on this spot for me? Don't use your phone please, you will ruin the spot and one of the best location in Sydney to see the New Year.

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Time Lapse, Sydney St Marys Cathedral "Light of Christmas" 2016



I haven't post any time lapse footage on my blog for awhile. A) It's take too much of my time to process it and B) I don't have the computer power to process it anymore. Anyway this is not my perfect time lapse piece but it's done in camera so I don't need much post-processing. Enjoy!

Also there's a political statement at the end of the video. Something that in the future all Christmas lights and decorations should power with. And why not apply the Keshe Plasma Technology to your home. I'm in the process of making one or two for my home. 

Monday, 26 December 2016

Pitt Street Mall Christmas Decorations, Sydney Australia 2016



Usually Pitt Street Mall has the usual high end shopping but during Christmas and New Year it has transformed into something beautiful. It's all about marketing right? But it's wonderful for photographer.

Sunday, 25 December 2016

Merry Christmas and If I don't post anything up Happy New Year.



Merry Christmas and just a little political statement at the end of the video. Why are we still burning dirty and dangerous fuels? My wish is every Christmas Lights and Decorations should run on Plasma Energy.

Monday, 21 November 2016

Keshe Plasma Technology: GANS Production Day 3

Check out my videos on Youtube on my update on my GANS production.



And this is the blueprint if you want to do the same. The more people know how to do this the more we get closer to utopia. The teachings behind is in the Blueprint Teaching Week of the Keshe Foundation Space Ship Institute.

GANS Production Setup Blueprint
But for me personally, if I want the world to be a better place. Then I have to do something about it. Don't wait for governments to provide it. It is not their gig. If I could borrow John F Kennedy quote "It's not what the country can do for you, it's what you can do for your country." I'm born in Vietnam but Sydney, Australia is my home. If I wanted Sydney my home to be a better city then I have to do something about it. Obviously the Governments both Federal and State level knew about this technology but they are not serving the people. It's up to us collectively to share and make free energy, health for all and proper foods without any chemicals,

I walk down George Street in the CBD and I still see people suffering. There's homeless people begging for money. If you walk down George Street you probably see one in nearly every corners. Clearly Sydney is not the best city in the world if we look at the obvious sign of decay in our social and government structure. Did you know that you could make GOLD from this technology? So money and lack of money is not a problem in the future is it? Don't feed them the fish, teach them how to fish. And that's the purpose of my videos on Youtube on the GANS productions. I know it's not the best video production, but I'm not after beautiful videos. The content is more valuable and beautiful, technically correct ways of video production.

If you want to see great videos then I have some as well. But for now I just want the contents to be out as fast as possible. So many people are still glue to the TV and believe in the "Presstitutes". There's not any real journalism anymore. Just pay propaganda and keep everyone asleep. I know about the Keshe Foundations by accident on Youtube. There's no news from any major news network report on this technology that could change the world. Obviously there's no benefit to the controllers of our lives. It's time to wake up people.

Sunday, 20 November 2016

Keshe Plasma Technology: GANS production Day 1



Check out my videos on how to make GANS on YouTube. It's a Creative Commons Licence. So feel free to changes or download it.

Here's the Description on YouTube:
GANS: Gas in Nano Solid State

My second time producing GANS at home. I have learnt much about GANS productions from my first attempt so I though I have enough knowledge to share. 

This is a new technology and there is a big learning curve. It's fun anyway. It just like going  back to a science class in High School but this time you learning something useful to humanity.

Check out my videos for more Keshe Plasma technology and MORE GANS production updates.

Please share the videos to your friends and family. The more people knows about how to produce GANS and Keshe Plasma Technology the world would be a better place for it.

Where to get the Items in the Video:
1) Alligator Clips Jays Car 
2) Containers: Bunnings or any Hardware Store
3) Power Supply from JayCar 
4) Copper Plates
5) Nails/Fe/Irons Bunnings or any Hardware store. Get the normal nails.
6) Zinc: You have to ask the hardware store for a big roll of Zinc Flashing.
7) Nano Coating Materials: Caustic Soda/NaOH the stuff you put down the drain for drain blockage. Bunnings has it. 
8) Copper Wire 1.63mm gauge. Ring up to order it. Cost about $30/Kg which you could make one energy unit and room for mistakes. Don't buy 1kg buy at least 10kg more cheaper and you want to share the technology with the people around you. The greatest gifts you going to give anyone for birthdays, Christmas, Mothers Day, Fathers Day, etc
9) Sea Water it's FREE if you live close to the sea. Or use good quality salt 10-15% mixed with Distilled Water.
10) Distilled Water to wash the GANS from the Salt contents. Need to wash it at least 3 times. 

Saturday, 19 November 2016

Granny Smith Festival 2016



A was organising a Photography Meetup and no one show up. Some people these days are so constipated. If you RSVP for a meetup please attend otherwise don't RSVP. Anyway it was my intention to let everyone in my Street Photography Meetup group aware of the event. I'll never suggest anything again. There's no fun hang around constipated people.


It was a fun event. I love street parade. You have so many actions and activities. So I have two cameras as always to capture as much as I could. Granny Smith Apple is known world wide and it was started in Eastwood. There's no farm in this area anymore. Just massive urban developments and no Granny Smith Apple Trees around. 



If you want to see an apple orchard then you have to drive another hour or so out of Sydney. You might get a chance to see some real farms. And might pick your own apple. Australia is so big and we all need to get back to the land. Buy a lot of land and start growing your own foods. I'm in the process of collecting seeds. 


Now I know a ways to alter the GMO seeds to it originals by using GANS plasma water. I'll show you these in due course. But right now start looking at land out of Sydney for your future. It's a good idea anyway since nobody can afford housing in Sydney anymore.

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Newtown Festival 2016



I haven't time to take out the cameras for a while with the Keshe Plasma technology experiment I have at home. Just this particular weekend I just want to spend one day photographing stuff. And guess what my favourite suburb in Sydney happened to had a festival on. The Newtown Festival. 



The usual crowd was there with many alternative lifestyle people. It was a family event in particular but you have great music and most friendly vegan festival that I have been to. While walking around looking for photograph, I happens to bumped into my best friends from high school and I told him about the Keshe Foundation and why I have decided not to go backpacking for a while and concentrate on the Plasma technology. 


He was very curious as why I decided not to go backpacking. It too important information that needs to be shared. I started with my own experiment first and I"m sure the plasma energy unit will work and new opportunities open up for me. New adventures start to happens. It's very interesting how the Universe works. 

I'm thinking of Newtown first because this are radical people living in this suburb. More hippies just like me who cares more about the world. Not like our governments. There was a advertisement on the community on how to save electricity during this summer in Sydney. So I go to this event and try to make some connection to the people. At least I let them know about it. It's up to them to take this knowledge and run with it.

Sunday, 30 October 2016

Keshe Foundation Blueprint for Free Energy Unit Session 1



I've been busy trying to get the materials for building the Keche Macgrav free energy unit for the home. This is the first few steps. You can watch the video and above to understand it more. Utopia is upon us if we're taking steps together.

If you live in Sydney, Australia. To get the 14 Gauge wire/1.63mm copper wire go to Bagder Wire. They sell it as a kilogram. Minimum is 1kg. Get 10kg which probably set you back $250 dollars. Create more 2 units for your home and give some to you family, friends and neighbours. The more people get on the plasma energy system the quicker. With 10kg of copper wire, you could create 10-12 home units.

For the copper plate for the nano coating, you could get it from A & E Metals in Marrickville. Caustic soda you could get from Bunnings. Ask for assistant if you from the happy Bunnings people they willing to help you. If they're curious then you tell them about the Keche Foundation and free energy they could do it themselves. Also the rods to make the coils are in Bunnings as well. I've used 10mm for the outer coil and 6mm for the inner coil. 

Friday, 21 October 2016

Keshe Foundation, Post from Sydney Australia October 2016


MUST Watch intro video. Go to the website and find out more about the technology. Especially the free energy that could power your home, car etc. I don't usually don't share other people work on my blog but I feel this WAY too important and I don't want another Tesla type of energy suppress by the Governments. Share it and more importantly take action. Everything is free on the website to make your own energy devices.

How come I didn't know about this important information till about 2 days ago? Is there a supression by the main media? Is our governments working on our best interest? I've read about a news article that the NSW government just make $14 billion profit from selling the energy grid to private companies No wonder they're not letting this information out. 

I was so excited that I could not sleep for the past two nights thinking of the possibilities. Yes I went on the Keshe Foundation website and look for more information. There so much videos on the Youtube that you could have a University degree watching it. And why not watch it? It's better than TV for sure.

I am dreaming of the world where I can go to any places on Earth and take photograph. Even space, imagine the possibilities of camping on Mars for a few days and return to Earth. Utopia is here if you interested. 

Monday, 17 October 2016

George Street Blue Hour, Sydney Australia 2016



Walking back to the train station on my way home during blue hour. My favourite time to photograph. The neon lights are on and the cityscapes just become magical. Thank you Tesla for providing us with our modern days living standard. 

Most of the shots were hand held. I just push the ISO higher and open up the aperture wide open. I have a f 2.8 so it was easier. Try to play with shutter speed. See how low can you hand hold the camera. It all about technique as well. Try to brace yourself so you have three contacts closer to your body. No chicken wing technique here people, especially if you a female. I don't want to see you arm pit thank you very much.
Motion blurred with people crossing George Street.
Reflections of the glass windows.

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Night Noodle Markets, Sydney Australia 2016



Night Noodle Markets is part of Sydney Good Food Month. I don't reckon it is good food anyway, but I"m not in charge of the marketing. Fruits, berries and melons and possible some fruit veggies are the food for humans. All other so "called" foods are toxic to the human body. 

I'm not a reporter or I like to called them these days as propaganda accomplishers. So nothing to report on how "Good" the food taste. The food industry and health care industry have hidden agenda that if you need to know you need to know. And the powers at be think that this kind of information is a need to know basis. 



Anyway, I didn't photograph many people as I didn't feel the need to capture people while they were trying to be a carnivals. Yes there were many cooked meats on offer at the markets and we absolutely can't use dead tissues. Our body has to break the tissues to amino acids before we can use it. Just eat fruits, berries and melons people, all the amino acids are there for our cells to utilise. 

Why was it pepper was called the king of spices? It can preserved and masked the horrible smell of dead and decayed meat. If all the meats were good, just eat it raw and unprocessed without all the spices to make it tastes better. Try it and you are really eat something that are truer to nature. No animals on the planet cooked their foods. Have you though of that? 

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Home Ground, Sydney Opera House Australia 2016



A wonderful event for to celebrate the indigenous community in Sydney. A great day out to learn about Koori arts, music, customs and foods. The name for this two days festival is "Home Ground", very appropriately I think. 

The foreground of the Opera House transformed into a dance pit for the dancers. I was wondering what it's like on the same spot that the Opera House is on now. There's no photograph in those days. In Melbourne there's many painting of the old Melbourne but not in Sydney unfortunately. 



One stand out performance for me was the young singer/song writer. She was amazing. Another superstar in the making I think.


Saturday, 8 October 2016

Manly Wharf at Night, Manly NSW Australia



Manly Wharf at night time. Usually I will catch the ferry way before sunset to get back home earlier. But its the long weekend so why not stay a little longer for the best time to photograph. Just missed out on the blue hour as you could see from the black sky.

The snail in the foreground was where I proposed we meet up for this year Scott Kelby's World Wide Photowalk and any meetup in the future in Manly. So I have to get the photograph to share with other people.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Manly Beach at Night, Manly NSW Australia



Manly Beach during the blue hour. Hand held this shot. Can't wait till I get my hand on the Lumix G85 with the built in stabilizer. Close to the perfect camera for me.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Panning by the Sea, Manly Sydney Australia 2016



Just after the photowalk on of the lady as me to show them how I do panning and motion blurred. I have to used my newer camera to do it. Not that I couldn't do it my four years old camera but just the menu has some bug that I couldn't fixed. I have tried many times. 



Anyway using my Panasonic Lumix G7 and with the easier navigation menu and of-course touch screen every setting was in reach. I managed a few shots at the runners, cyclists and skateboarders. The key is to set your camera on burst mode and using a slow shutter speed.



Start with 1/30 of seconds if the subject is not moving very fast. Adjust your shutter speed and enjoy the results. You might have to throw out a lot of photographs by way until you master it. Once you mastered it, it's yours for life.

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Manly By Night 2016



I've never photograph Manly at night. Usually I just photograph the other side of south side of the Harbour. But since I was hosting a photowalk and I though to myself. If no one show up I still come home with some interesting photographs. And I did.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Sydney Opera House, Australia 2016



On my way to Manly Jazz on the weekend and simply sat back and enjoy the view. Shot this photograph while sitting down inside the ferry. The dirty glass makes an interesting texture. I brought it out further in Lighroom with the clarity slider.

Monday, 3 October 2016

Scott Kelby's World Wide Photowalk and Manly Jazz 2016



I had a wonderful time enjoying the photowalk. There wasn't a big turn out but I like it that way. I have the chance to shared some photography tips for the ones that came along. Thankyou. I though I was the only one walking, but you girls make my day a lot easier.

I also had a chance to photograph Manly at night which was interesting. I didn't bring out the tripod as I want to work faster, I can't wait to get my hand on the new Panasonic Lumix G80/G85 which as a built in sensor stabiliser which make a perfect camera for me. Probably get it before I go on another photography trip around Australia. Until next year, I just enjoyed the long weekend and go somewhere interesting instead of hosting a walk. 
Enjoy the Jazz on the Ferry to Manly.


Sunday, 25 September 2016

Bowral Lookout, Bowral NSW Australia 2016



I was going to the Southern Highlands for Tulip Time but there wasn't a night session which I wanted to photography. I photograph here a few years ago when I borrowed my sister Canon 7D to test out my skills. I was put it on Auto. Funny how things has changed in just a few years.

Anyway to make it up, I went up to Bowral Lookout with a magnificent view of the town and further away to the horizon there's at least 100km that you could observe from here. I was hoping for some really dramatic sunset but no. Oh well I take what ever the photography God gave me.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Mount Wilson Panaroma, NSW Australia 2016



This was the panorama that I promised to show. Usually with my blog post I only show one photos and there is a story behind the photos. With this one, I'm in love with Lightroom CC. It is so easy to merged the photos. I don't even have to go to Photoshop to do more editing. 

Thanks Matt K for showing me the tips on Lightroom. Makes me want to do more panoramas now that it is so easy to merge and less work to clean up the photos after the merge.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Mount Wilson Sunrise, Blue Mountains NSW Australia



Woke up early for the sunrise as the sun is getting closer to the Southern Hemisphere. It wasn't hard when you just camp near by at Cathedral Reserve. A wonder way in my opinion if you really into landscape photography to camp close by to your spot.

With so many national parks in NSW alone, camping is the only way to get the shots that you want. I was a bit disappointed that I didn't get the sunrise that I wanted. But that's the challenge of landscape photography. Sometimes you just need some luck to get the shots that you like. 

I did a few techniques on this location. I did time-lapse which turn out great. Also did long exposure to get funky clouds and panorama to round it off. Oh I also captured 4K video as well. Still haven't got the computer power to edit the 4K videos as yet. Still want to save up for some travelling overseas, so I'll capture the footage now and edit it when the mass ready with 4K. 

Overall a worthwhile trip to the mountains. I was going to do some night photography but as you see I had no luck with the clouds and some rain as well I might added.

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Flower Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens, Blue Mountains Australia 2016



Just got back from a camping trip in the Blue Mountains with some Vegan people. Man some of them have no clue about health and vitality. I observe some of them and they reckon been Vegan is healthy than a SAD diet. It's all about chemistry Acid or Base. Our blood Ph is 7.35-7.45 range. Anything out of that range then is game over. Just fruits, berries and melons. Please farmers could you please grow the fruits properly and pick it ripe.

Stay at Mount Wilson camp group at Cathedral Reserve. A free camping site that was pretty close to Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens. I just pop by for a quick snap and enjoy the garden. Some of the flowers I don't normally see in your average gardens. It was a joy to walk through the garden once again. I love Spring.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

On Top of Mount Paranoma, Bathurst NSW Australia 2016



One of my last destination on my last road trip. I have been to Bathurst many times, usually for Autumn colours and I always went to Mount Paranoma for the best view of Bathurst town. Just missed out on the last mist rolling way in the morning sun.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Cabramatta's Moon Festival 2016



I didn't cover the whole day of this year Moon Festival. Little disappointed that there wasn't any vegetarian foods store available. Usually we have at least two temples fund raising on the day with foods store. Oh well I have to pop by the usual vegetarian restaurants to get my energy for the afternoon.

Raw papaya salad as I am moving to a more raw foods diet. Papaya is considered a fruit, unripe then  people use it a salad  especially in South East Asia countries. More recipes like this in the Raw Foods Restaurant that would be great.

There was one BBQ store that cooked up beef wrapped in petal leaves then BBQ. Hey if the beef was that good why don't you just eat it raw? It certainly created a great aroma that if you're not very firm on you will then could easily hooked on meat again. 

There's a myth out there that our body needs protein. Our body DOES NOT need protein, our body needs AMINO ACIDS and you find that in all fruits. We're been eating the wrong kind of foods for human unfortunately for thousands of years. It's hard to go back to Adam and Eve ways of life where most of their diets consists of Fruits.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Raw Avocado Papaya Ice Cream

First time posting up some something about fruits. If you follow my blogs then you know that I'm into photography. But photography is a way for me to be happy. I haven't share that I also into health. I studied Naturothapy for 18 months but dropped out about a year ago for some travelling. I have decided to go back.

Why? I want to study health but they taught me diseases. 

Anyway this is not this blog post is about. If you like to be healthy study health not the opposite of it. I have trying to become a fruitarian on and off. Luckily Spring and Summer is coming. But I can still enjoy life with this ice cream.


Ingredients:
1 papaya
2 two avocados
200 grams of stawberries
100 grams of blueberries

Method:
-Put papaya and two avocados into blender. Mix with a few strawberries if you like it to be a bit sweeter. But if the fruits are grown properly pick ripe then it should be a problem.
-Mix in blender
-Pour out into a bowl. (small bowl if you want to share your creation)
-Put the bowl into the freezer for 4-6 hours. (You don't want it to become ice, still want some creaminess).
-Take out from freezer and use a small knife and poke around the edge of the bowl for easy removal.
- When the bowl is loose, flip it to you serving plate.
- decorate with your favourites fruits. Be creative people. See photo above.
- Enjoy!

Monday, 22 August 2016

Ferragosto Festival, Five Dock Sydney Australia 2016



Somehow this year Ferragosto was not excited as last year. Maybe there wasn't anything exciting to photograph. If the organiser have a street parade then everything about the Italian will be on show. Less street foods and endless stores to promote products that I don't touch.

Sure you have cooking demonstrations by some Celebrity Chef, some performance but nothing special. Maybe I've been to too many festivals and if nothing really interesting then I hesitate to photograph it. I photograph digital with a film mindset.

Saturday, 20 August 2016

Cherry Blossoms, Auburn Botanical Gardens 2016

Cherry Blossoms, Auburn Botanical Gardens 2016Spring is coming. Yes. One of my favourite time of the year to photograph. I need a macro lens to add to my lens collection of the Micro Fourth Third system. I have 4 options to choose from. I love that I have choice in this system.. And the competitions make the manufacturers up their games. 

Anyway this was shot with a Sigma 60mm f2.8 for the M43 system. Not a bad lens at all and it's a bargain when I first had it. Shot this at f5.6 as this is the sharpest aperture of this lens.

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Chasing Cyclist, Mount Buller Victoria Australia 2015



I have never taken photo of mountain bikers before so the chance to photo some adventure junkies. I was all in. It's amazing how fast they could go down hill. When we were photograph them up the hill it was painful to witnessed. But the joy of the downhill run really makes effort of the uphill worth it I think. That's part of the adrenaline rush that these people are seeking. For me I just enjoyed photograph a different subjects.

I was playing around with slow shutter speed. Could be fun if you know what you're doing with a camera. Experiment with it. Could be surprising fun. Isn't that all about?

Road Trip Mount Muller, Victoria Australia




The amazing thing about a road trip is your not driving. This photo was took from the passenger seat. My photographer friend in Melbourne drove me to Mount Muller in Victoria. Yes you have to wake up early. It was hard when you have a chat all night and only have a few hours sleep. Bu the journey and the photos I came back with worth the effort.

Sunday, 14 August 2016

City2Surf Sydney, Australia

Finished Line.

I'm a bit disappointed with the event. I wanted more people dressing up in characters. But these people were fitness fanatics. Boring. Boring. You guys are not in any danger of making the Olympic team anytime soon. It's a fund raising event, enjoy yourself. 

Also it's better for your kidneys. All those acids must going somewhere and is your kidneys filtering? If not your then the body uses Calcium to neutralised the acids. You're not going to have many City2Surf up ahead as arthritis and all the inflammation (acidosis) dis-ease coming your way.

If you don't like what your read so far, that's fine with me. But the truth always hurt at first. Go to Winter Magic in Katoomba, see how a fund raising event should be enjoy. Dress up in Pokemon or your favourite Star Wars characters, even super heroes. Have fun at the event. The fitness fanatics have no clues about health and vitality anyway. So don't look at them as an example. 

Some might argue that they were trying to beat their personal best. That's admirable but what's wrong with the sunrise in Bondi beach to do it. If you need to donate to charity just donate. And please check where are the funds are supporting? Some charity research on Dis-ease that did not exist. A fabrications of the AMA (Australia Murder Association) or if your in America (America Murder Association). Name me a celebrity that has survived Cancer? 
Some people did enjoy themselves.

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Pink Lakes Sunset, Victoria Australia 2015



A magical place. A must visit site if you're an adventurist person. Please go during Spring or Autumn otherwise you might have thousands of small friends follow you all day.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney Australia 2016



After the Meetup with Street Photographers I decided to go for a walk. Basically from State Parliament House I walk all the way to Barangaroo. I knew there was something on with the Sculpture at Barangaroo. So I have to take photos of that. But with this shot here, I've had the vision of it in my head when the this part of Sydney was open to the public. I didn't have the 10 stops UV to do really long exposure until now.

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Sculpture at Barangaroo, Sydney Australia 2016

A new exhibition at Barangaroo Reserve with the same sculptures at Bondi Sculptures the by Sea. Some of the sculptures were the same as last year at Bondi but with a different background. It is very interesting to photograph this sculpture with the reflection from the bridge and the CBD makes this mirror sculpture unique. 

I have to photograph this sculpture at night because during the day time there were probably 20-50 people all want to do a selfie with the sculptures. Come on people.

Saturday, 6 August 2016

Murray Sunset National Park, Victoria Australia 2015



A sunset in a national park. What more could you want right? Not the best sunset I've seen in my life because of there's absolutely no clouds at all. I was hoping for some kind of clouds but no. Then I though to myself, maybe we might have a great look at the stars tonight. Which it did happen. Someone once told me to see a sunset is a privileged, so I'm not complaining.

Friday, 5 August 2016

Desert Santa, Victoria Australia 2015



The people of Outback Australia celebrates Christmas as well but with a twist as we stopped in the middle of nowhere to photograph this wrecked with Santa decorations. Not just one or two Santas but at least 10. A very interesting site to photograph. We couldn't get into the property otherwise I would have had some closer shots.

The colour effect was an inspiration from my sister. She used  the sunglass as a filter, so I picked up the ideas and make a panorama shots of the place to get everything in. My sister uses the phone these days to shoot. It's not the camera it's the person taking the photo that makes the difference.