I did this while in the blood transfusion chair. Its just in pencit as an initial sketch. I will eventually do it in acrylic then on a plate and mug. Only have limited space in the hospital to do this so please excuse if its not very good.
Tag Archives: black and white
I took a nice photo of the moon the other night from my place in the south of Sydney. Then I went to Kogarah in Sydney to take some street photos with a photography group.
Its been so cold in Winter this year in Sydney. Not that other winters haven’t been so as equally cold, but this weather just came upon us. One day 27 degrees, the next 13. it gets down to about 6 degrees in Sydney. Now for those of you from cooler climates this is not terribly cold at all. But we are a warm blooded race, us Sydneysiders, more used to a tank top (singlet) shorts (stubbies) and flip-flops (thongs) than wrapping up in out warm woolies. Consequently I have succumbed to the latest bout of virus, sinus colds. I have been in bed for a week, not able to look at a screen or book as my sinuses make my eyes water. Even though I am on Semester break for Uni, I am yet to have the joy to experience a full day off where I can just relax. I have only been out a couple of times with my camera, I have not gotten out a canvas and brushes all winter, I hope to do so in the next couple of weeks.
These shots were taken when I absolutely had to be out in the cold evening the other week. The winder sky at Dusk in Sydney is spectacular, and going into the night leads itself tyo some good black and whites.
I hope you enjoy just a small smattering of photos for now. More to come, I promise.
This challenge was too good to pass up. I was going to post some that I had taken this past weekend, but Ishot in colour, and I wanted to share some that I had originally shot in Black and white.I tood the Man and Boy in January in Sydney’s Hyde Park. The bagpiper at the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Early March, and the baby in Hyde park this past weekend.
I hope you enjoy.
The Tooth Factory is not somewhere they used to make teeth. Its where the Tooth Beer was made. Situated in Mittagong in the Southern Highlands of NSW Australia, it is spread over a number of hectares. My camera club decided to photograph it today before developers come in and demolish it to build houses.
Hope you enjoy some of my photos from the trip.