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LensArt

Telling stories through photographic art

1 week ago

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Our minds are wonderful things aren’t they? How do we process all the images, sights and sounds that we experience every day? On a recent trip to India, the number of sensations I experienced was high, it was almost sensory overload. So when I thought back to this day, actually the first full day of our journey, this was what I remembered. The birds, so many birds, calling out, flying over, perching in full view. And the temple we went to visit. Standing quietly amongst all this activity while locals and visitors alike marvelled at its age, the serenity of being inside, the awe as people completed their daily rituals. Birds included here in my image called "Temple Birds" are from right to left, a type of stork called a Lesser Adjutant, a very noisy Coppersmith Barbet and the frequently seen Indian Bulbul. See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Three different honeyeaters, all photographed on the same day and all feeding on the same red callistemon tree. Australia has so many different honeyeaters and so each of these birds is named under their photo. Which one is your favourite? See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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The clouds gathering as the sun sinks behind the Cadiz skyline. I loved the moody sky but also the contrasting shapes of the stocky, rectangular buildings and the rounded cupolas of the public, mainly church buildings.I’m often attracted to skylines and what horizons they can reveal as we raise our eyes skywards. How often do you look up? See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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Today’s bird art: ‘The one-legged pose of the Crested Hawk Eagle’. This bird was seen in Kumana National Park in Sri Lanka. He stood still for so long on just one leg, I began to think he had a problem with the leg he was holding up. Then he just flew off, after he grew tired of us clicking images of him. I’ve put a close-up of him in the comments so you can admire his outstanding beauty. See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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Our local paper shared some of my photos from the dawn service at Tewantin on ANZAC Day See MoreSee Less
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