1. Red Leaf Vancouver

    Red Leaf Vancouver

    I love minimalistic photography. This was taken on a dull day in Vancouver with my Canon 18-200 zoom lens.
  2. Green Grass

    Green Grass

    Taken at Wave Rock, Western Australia whilst waiting for hubby and friends to finish a bush walk. Practicing shallow DOF to create bokkah. One of my better shots. Unfortunately I walked away and forgot my tripod. We had to buy a new one in Albany.
  3. Orange Vines Narrogin

    Orange Vines Narrogin

    Taken not long after our departure from Perth on our big lap of Australia. We found a nice winery near Narrogin, south of Perth and had a wonderful cheese platter. Taken with newly aquired Lensbaby Composer Pro ii with Edge35 optic.
  4. Red Vine Leaves Swan Valley

    Red Vine Leaves Swan Valley

    As you no doubt already know, I love my wine. I become a little creative after a few tastings ;) Beautiful red vine leaves in the lovely Swan Valley near Perth, Western Australia. Canon 50mm Nifty Fifty at F8.
  5. Brown Leaf on Glistening Sand

    Brown Leaf on Glistening Sand

    Walking on the beach way up at the top end of Australia at Cape Tribulation, this lone leaf on the glistening sand caught my eye. Canon 18-200 lens at F6.3.
  6. Green Leaf Cape Trib

    Green Leaf Cape Trib

    Walking through the rainforest can prove difficult to obtain decent photos. I just happened to spot the sunlight hitting a vine with cute shaped leaves. Shallow DOF at F5.6 enabled me to focus on the leaf with great bokkah in the background. Canon 18-200mm lens at F5.6.
  7. Kangaroo Paw Sepia

    Kangaroo Paw Sepia

    Kangaroo Paws grow profusely in Western Australia. We lived in WA for 20 years. The wildflowers in WA are stunning! Kangaroo Paws have interesting leaves. I was playing in the old Picasa and like this Sepia rendition. Canon 18-200mm zoom lens at F5.6.
  8. Red Maple Leaves

    Red Maple Leaves

    Early days of photography. We were in Stanley Park, Vancouver and I had in mind taking a shot of falling maple leaves. That proved to be too difficult so I placed some on a park bench. With apature open at F5 I focused on the leaves. Edited bench to B&W. Still my second favourite photo.