Travel Photography
#710. Un-destination photography Tasmania

#710. Un-destination photography Tasmania

Could Tasmania be classed as un-destination photography as decreed by Pascal and Philippe in #582. Un-destination photography in Aigues-Mortes, France First thoughts are no, let’s review the rules: Beautiful in its own way – tick Off the beaten path for all but local togs – tick Challenging, because of its lack

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#709. Travel and Street Photography in Phnom Penh: keep your distance

#709. Travel and Street Photography in Phnom Penh: keep your distance

In the second of three articles looking at different aspects of street photography and street portraiture in different cities in South East Asia, I look at the choice of focal length and the effect on the relationship with subjects when taking street portraits in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  If you missed

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#700. Shooting game

#700. Shooting game

  Africa boasts an almost limitless list of places to go, things to see and do. Few are more immediately popular than the bush, where as close as an hour’s drive, or as far as a thousand kilometres, it is possible to get a real feeling of Africa at the

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#699. Travel and Street Photography in Kuala Lumpur: be polite

#699. Travel and Street Photography in Kuala Lumpur: be polite

Regular readers of Dear Susan may have seen previous articles I’ve written about Singapore and Penang, and finding inspiration in some of Singapore’s modern architecture. I’ve travelled in South East Asia for over a decade, and particularly enjoy visiting Asian cities for their culture clash of western modernity, Asian street

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#695. Promenade des Anglais, Nice, backstage.

#695. Promenade des Anglais, Nice, backstage.

  A quickie from Nice. France’s Miami. My wife is here for a 2-day conference so I decided to follow and work from the hotel. Fast WiFi and 5$ peanuts, what’s not to like ? 😉     Lunch time hunger. I leave the room in search of food with

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#688. Photographing Antarctica

#688. Photographing Antarctica

  Antarctica needs no introduction, we learnt about it in school and there’s a lot of concern now due to Global Warming. It was never high on places I wanted visit until a few years ago. This changed as I thought I’d better see it while it’s still there in

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#684. 3 Hours in La Boca

#684. 3 Hours in La Boca

  La Boca is a neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, its early settlers were Italian.  It is also the home of football club Boca Juniors and a photographers dream if you are into colour and textures, I think must of us are.     These days it’s mainly geared toward tourists

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#682. More London Photography

#682. More London Photography

Having made the case for London as the perfect canvas for color and monochrome photography, I’d like to share a final set for this year.     London has been an important part of my life this year as both my children have now moved there (more or less) permanently.

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#668. Machu Picchu Postcards

#668. Machu Picchu Postcards

  Machu Picchu is a place that I’ve seen on countless documentaries and thought I’d never get the chance to actually see first hand. Well, I did and, wow, did it exceed all expectations!     The Andes are a magnificent mountain range, they tower over you as you bump

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#656. Photographing the autumn colours of Provence

#656. Photographing the autumn colours of Provence

Provence is best known for its cities, its traditions, its lavender fields, the beautiful coastline. Not really as a competitor for Algonquin Park, then. And it’s true that you’ll struggle to find sweeping landscapes coloured in bright orange. The closest we have to Pando are chestnut trees groves and they

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