Here is a compilation of the photos so far, two weeks into Photo 101. If you know how to create a gallery and want to share your own photos in one place on one post then feel free to add a link to your own gallery post in the comments section (just click the black speech bubble to access comments)
A gallery is a great way to feature your work in one place and since many of you have spent a lot of time creating photographic work for the course it is a good opportunity to show it off once more.
One of the few flowers currently in the garden at the end of the winter.
At the National Australian War Memorial people still come from all over Australia to leave a poppy in memory of those lost in World War I.
These porcelain flowers on the side of a 19th century vase in the cupboard.
The light in Notre Dame outlined the arches in flaming gold
A view from the walls of Mont St Michel to the marshes that stretch out around along the Brittany coastline.
Mandarins waiting to turn orange on our tree
Same view but in portrait.
Family peeks through this 1920’s frame.
The Fairytale castle of Vincennes flooded with light
Anyone care for a punt? A lovely summer’s day in Oxford near Magdalen College
If only this cupboard could talk. Just imagine what it might say.
This little lane weaving through Oxford tempts you to the past.
Disconnection of the old dials and lights in the old Fremantle Prison
Lone figures and their shadows as the sun goes down
heading down to Magdalen College on a beautiful summer day in Oxford.
A final glimpse before heading home.
Every home has it’s prickly moments. Being able to enjoy a good laugh in the face of adversity is essential.
The green canopy turned the chrome hood mascot to gold.
A Western Australian Sunset
A yacht on the horizon and a last swim before sunset.
The light floods in from the fairytale cloister at the top of the Mont St Michel