Kim’s Photos – #5

Kim has been experimenting with black box photography. With pretty stunning results!   Want to see more of his photos? You have two options – Select Kim’s Photos from my Categories on this blog OR This link will take you to his Instagram page.   Raili Tanska

Kim’s Photos #4

The photo that pretty well started my love for photography. This is Lake Louise in Canada. This photo was taken around 10pm and even though it looks like I have the place to myself, there were hundreds of people behind me. I was amazed at what the camera was able to capture and wanted to … More Kim’s Photos #4

New Puppies

Life just got a whole lot more busy. Christopher and Alisha introduced us to their newly acquired puppy on Friday, 6 week old Tilly. She is a bundle of cuteness. Lo and behold, on Saturday afternoon, Tilly had cloned into two! She has been joined by her brother Kobe. All of a sudden we find … More New Puppies

Spring Roses

“With its leaves so rich and heavy with elation and its crimson face made brighter with visions of divinity the shadow of a certain rose looks just like an angel eating light.” ― Aberjhani, Visions of a Skylark Dressed in Black As always, spring weather is topsy turvy here. In the space of one week we have experienced … More Spring Roses

Kim’s Photos – 2

More photos from my brother-in-law – Kim Second Valley jetty, South Australia. This is actually not a black and white photo. Short exposure, created a black and white effect. The moon turned night into day last night it was a challenge to capture  the Milky Way. Road to Myponga Beach, South Australia. The only bit of … More Kim’s Photos – 2

Kim’s Photos – #1

The Retired Husband’s baby brother has turned to photography. He’s pretty good. Enjoy these shots of our state through his camera lens. When the moon turns night into day with the lights of Adelaide on the horizon. Messing around capturing star trails in my back yard. This is 125 images stacked in photoshop. Zoom in … More Kim’s Photos – #1

White Man in a Hole

‘Tell yer the truth, them blackfellers named it right. Coober Pedy (Kupa piti) means ‘White Man in a Hole’ and he sure is always in some hole or another up there.’ He glanced at me quickly and continued, ” I mean, most fellers still live in them dugouts in the ground – but what I mean … More White Man in a Hole