Tag Archive: Martin Drury

Abstract Photography

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
Recently I have turned my attention to producing abstract photographs out of my images to add an extra dimension to my photographic work. Here are some recent examples:…

Contour Lines explained

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Contours can be thought of as like a stack of irregular pancakes, with each contour line representing the edge of the pancake. If the contour interval is 1 metre, each ‘pancake’ would be… Continue reading

Flowering Basil

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
I recently photographed this beautiful flowering Basil in my back yard.

Flower Mystery Revealed.

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
Flower from the Cockspur Coral Tree I came across this beautiful flower growing on the banks of Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley, Queensland. It is know as the Cockspur…

Dubrovnik, Croatia – A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
We visited Dubrovnik as part of a ‘Sailing’ Croatia cruise from Split to Dobrovnik and return in October 2013. Although the cruise was promoted as a sailing cruise,…

Cultural Strangers: Crossing Cultures

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Originally posted on Life in Russia:
An Introduction to: Cultural Strangers – Crossing Cultures It’s very fascinating that I’m getting to introduce some very special Guest bloggers at this time, I must admit…

Sunrise at Korora – A Photo Essay

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This morning we woke to this glorious sunrise at Korora Beach, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. For further information on Korora Beach see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Korora Beach. More beautiful Korora… Continue reading

365 Places: Emerald Beach

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Day 30: Emerald Beach, News South Wales, Australia Emerald Beach is a place that is true to its name – it is a gem. Here you can find beautiful beaches that are safe… Continue reading

Emerald Beach, New South Wales – A Photo Essay

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We found this sparkling green gem about 15 minutes north of Coffs Harbour.

Redcliffe, Queensland – A Photo Essay

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A stroll along the Redcliffe foreshore in December 2011 revealed some interesting artworks and stormy skies. For further information on Redcliffe see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Redcliffe. Resources: Redcliffe Foreshore Public Art… Continue reading