|Posted by Sandy Smith on July 14, 2011 at 7:25 AM||comments (1)|
Visions - Art Through the Lens
The Cudgeging Camera Club (Mudgee) is currently holding an exhibition at the Fairview ArtSpace (cnr Henry Lawson Drive and Cassilis Rd, Mudgee). Ten club members have provided work for this exhibition.
I have 21 framed works hanging and another 27 photos in matboard frames on display. Most are travel photos from Spai...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sandy Smith on July 14, 2011 at 2:27 AM||comments (0)|
This is the image I entered into the Western Districts Camera Clubs' competition last September. It was taken at a portrait weekend workshop we did with Bob Cook from Studio Eleven Photography.
So Bob deserves to share the trophy that now sits proudly in my office: first place in Projected Images section.
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|Posted by Sandy Smith on June 7, 2011 at 9:01 AM||comments (1)|
Last weekend saw the Mudgee Performing Arts Society's production of Goldoni's 'Servant of Two Masters'. It was a great production - well done to Josh and the cast! And to those behind the scenes.
Photos from the performance are now in the Photo Gallery. I hope you enjoy them!
If you would like a print of any of these photos use the 'Inquiry Form' tab above to contact me. A 6x4" print will be $5 with a discount available: order 4 and the 5th will be free. Or the slightly larger si...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sandy Smith on May 22, 2011 at 7:11 AM||comments (0)|
I've uploaded photos from the Mudgee Black Swans' game against Cowra on Saturday 21st May. I'd be pleased to get some feedback, especially re how they load/display. Any problems? This is a trial - a work in progress.
|Posted by Sandy Smith on May 20, 2011 at 9:33 AM||comments (0)|
I've uploaded a folder of photos from the AFL match between Mudgee Black Swans and Orange Tigers, played at Victoria Park, Mudgee on Saturday May 14th. Mudgee won the match 168 - 85.
This is a trial for a project I have in mind. Watch this space!
|Posted by Sandy Smith on February 21, 2011 at 11:35 PM||comments (0)|
At long last! I have just completed posting an edited selection of the photos I took in Antarctica in December! It was a fantastic trip! There was so much more to photograph than I had imagined. What's more, although we are not allowed to get closer than 5 metres to the wildlife, they don't know that! If you simply sit on the snow, an inquisitive penguin or two are sure to come closer, give you a quick glance, then continue on their way. And for those creatures a little further away, there's ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sandy Smith on February 6, 2011 at 4:50 AM||comments (0)|
At last, a few more folders of photos are up! Not many penguins I'm afraid as our landings for these days were curtailed by icy conditions (day 5) and biting winds (day 6). We should have visited the Ukrainian base of Vernadsky (formerly the British Faraday base) but there was too much ice for the 100 of us to travel by zodiac across the ice. However, no amount of ice was going to stop the Vernadsky base crew from making it out to us: we had their Christmas delivery!! I think they would have ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sandy Smith on January 16, 2011 at 7:35 AM||comments (1)|
At last - another folder of photos from Antarctica. I had intended it to cover several days but who can delete cute penguin photos!! These 72 photos only cover half a day! I hope I can steel myself to do better in the next folder!
|Posted by Sandy Smith on January 12, 2011 at 7:45 AM||comments (0)|
I have just uploaded the first folder of photos from my Antarctic trip. I hope you like them! More to follow.
I've done my best with identifying the birds but I'm not a birder, so any corrections will be gratefully received!
|Posted by Sandy Smith on January 9, 2011 at 8:08 PM||comments (0)|
Just returned from an amazing trip to Antarctica!
From Ushuaia, on the southern tip of South America, we travelled on board the M/V Polar Star across the Drake Passage to the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. The scenery was truly spectacular and the wildlife abundant. Penguins everywhere showing no sign of concern about the human visitors (the red jacketed striders - or waddlers, as the case may be!). The rule is: no going closer than 5 metres to the wild...Read Full Post »