Thursday, 5 June 2008

.... that's green !!

One more 'Pano' - I took this last weekend just South of Nannup on the Pemberton Road. I was confronted with this wall of green and had to take a shot. We've had some good rains in the Autumn and the 'Sunburnt Country' has taken on an Irish look. Colours are natural no 'twiddling' in Photoshop.
Nola and I had a wonderful relaxing weekend with friends at Donnelly River Mill - no TV, phones - and dramatic for me - computers !!

11 comments:

Kelly Gannon said...

That's it Tel! I'm gonna be on your doorstep one morning with pen in hand if you keep showing those pics!!

Tel said...

LOL - I'll start taking piccies of the town dump and sewerage works !!!

Kelly Gannon said...

Damn....And I wanted to see your pet kangaroo and hear your collection of Helen Reddy records!!!! LOL

Tel said...

Kookaburras, parrots and two Staffordshire Bull Terriers and records ?? (what are they ?!) - now come on Kelly a couple of verses of 'I'm a lumberjack'

Niall O loughlin said...

Looks like Ireland!!!

Kelly Gannon said...

OUCH!!!! two Staffordshire Bull Terriers? On second thought Tel.....maybe I won't show up on your doorstep with pen in hand!!!!

Moyse said...

Beautiful photography Tel, I almost feel like I've entered the picture. Loving these panoramas, they make me want to pack up my easel and go scenery hunting.

Tel said...

Thanks Paul - I must admit I do get a buzz out of Photography and there's a screeching of brakes if I see a potential good shot. The power of CS3 certainly recovers the odd bad shot - and let's face it that's what the professional photographers use !
I've got an 4 yr old Canon Pro 1 which was the top of the non SLR's when I bought it - but those huge Megapixel Canon SLR's are looking good.
My first thought when I saw the 'green' shot was Ireland, Niall.
Staffies are gorgeous Kelly - just a little overfriendly at times !!

Jason_Chatfield said...

Amazaing stuff Tel

Nelson Santos said...

Great shot Tel, very inspiring, have to take one of those panoramas one of these days.

Tel said...

Thanks Jason and Nelson - off to the UK tomorrow camera in hand - if it stops raining I'll do some 'panoramaring' !!