Hello and welcome to RegularRandom – sorry for my absence. I was busy finishing one job and starting another one. It’s a total career transition and huge, but it’s been a lot of fun. If you would like to join in, here’s how: choose an object or scene spend just 5 minutes shooting it, trying…Read More
Fresh & Vintage, Mirrored
This was the same day that produced: Morning Light When Life Hands You Lemons Bottles & Bubbles Deconstructed Flower – 1 This is a really good experiment, that teaches you a lot about framing a shot. x desleyjaneRead More
Deconstructed Flower – 3
As you may know, my love of horror films has led me to set upon poor defenceless flowers and slashing them up for my own (and hopefully your) photographic and visual pleasure. Previously, I’ve done a rose and a tulip. This week, it’s a very strange little plant called Serruria, commonly known as Blushing Bride.…Read More
Superstition – Scientist or Mouse?
I bought this umbrella recently. Melbourne is a place where you often need an umbrella – it pays to carry one with you some days. Just a few days ago, I left mine in my car and consequently trudged back to my car after work in the rain, getting drenched in the process. But I…Read More
For The Daily Posts’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio. x desleyjaneRead More
Feathers of Hope
Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops – at all -Emily Dickinson Hope is something that we all need right now… For Lucile’s Photo101 Rehab Clinic. x desleyjaneRead More
Of Wasps and Bees
I found this little guy on my windowsill and transferred him to my white side table. A simple process you might think, but I refused to touch it and was too lazy to get up so I used my lens cap instead. Which wasn’t really appropriate but it worked eventually. I thought it was a…Read More
Hi Biscus! How are ya?
I was wandering around my backyard one afternoon when I spotted this hibiscus flower. I don’t know where there is a hibiscus plant nearby, I certainly don’t have one, but there it was, already cut and waiting to be photographed. I took it to my glass top table to get some shots. I’ve had an…Read More
For The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Victory : In your photo this week, focus on the win, the victory. I struggled with this one. While I’ve definitely had victories, I can’t say I’ve really photographed them. This is kind of a silly one, but I love the photos that came out of it. We…Read More
Dahlias are my favourite flower.
It’s official. I love these flowers. These miniatures below really take my fancy and these are planted in pots and in my garden under the shade of a bottlebrush tree. I also took some progressive growth photos of my white dahlia here. For Lucile’s Photo101 Rehab Clinic and for Nalinki at Angles and Views Flowers Over…Read More
After the Storm
As some of you know, we’ve had a very stormy few weeks in Brisbane. I managed to be out in one recently and was able to capture some great storm clouds coming over the city – you can see them here if you missed them. The days are hot, in the mid-30s (Celsius) and become…Read More
Another gallery of shots taken during my recent Changing Seasons shoot. I don’t know what this flower is, please let me know if you do? (I did pass Botany at Uni, but…..). It reminds me of an orchid, but it was growing almost 1 metre tall in large bunches. I’ve also seen them on the…Read More