Tag Archives: Photo Challenge
Taking part in the Life in Colour Challenge (https://traveltalk.me.uk/2020/12/31/life-in-colour-photo-challenge-2021/) This month we will be looking for red. One of the primary colours, red often indicates danger. It is pure energy, loud, demanding to be seen. Think of a red ladybird, a red rose, autumn leaves and a sunset. Passion. A heart.
The eagle-eyed viewer might recognise this beach as it played a prominent part in the opening sequence of the movie Chariots of Fire. Vangelis’s Anthem of the same name booms while all the actors including Ben Cross and Nigel Havers run across the sand and incoming tide. Powerful stuff. Here is another shot from the […]
New Zealand South Island. View from Kaikoura Beach across the waters to Kaikoura National Range beyond.
Surfers Paradise in the distance and The beaches of Miami, Nobby, Mermaid and Broadbeach in between. Gold Coast, Queensland (Photo taken from Mick Schamburg Park Lookout)
Pictures taken on a rainy Sunday morning at Luna Park in Milson’s Point in Sydney. What should be a bright colourful place looks a little scary in Monochrome.
Pictures taken in the Pak Ou Caves, on the banks of the Mekong River near Luang Prabang in Laos (2014). These caves are noted for their collection of hundreds of Minature Buddha Statues.
Selection of monochrome photos of Bali, Indonesia – Ubud and Tirta Empul
The Three Sisters – Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia
Uluru National Park- and Kings Canyon – by Land and by Air – Northern Territory, Australia
The Kelpies – Falkirk, Scotland, UK
A pair of wheels for this weeks challenge. On the right is the famous Falkirk Wheel in Falkirk, Scotland. This unique design connects the Union Canal and the Forth and Clyde Canal. A masterpiece of engineering. On the left is a wheel of cinnamon and apple turnovers that we enjoyed at the Hopewell Lodge in […]
This week’s Photo Challenge is Dreamy. Based on this I thought of somewhere we had been on this trip that felt like we were in a dream. Everywhere has been a wee bit surreal but the closest place to a dreamscape is the Huangshan Mountains in Southern China. (These were the mountains as shown in […]