About this image

This image taken at Mooloolaba on the Qld Sunshine Coast is an example of an extreme HDR (high dynamic range).  Several photos were taken on a tripod at the same place with different lenses (wide angle for the scenery, telephoto lens for the moon) 2-3 hours apart and processed using Photomatix Pro HDR software.

My Work

I am a retired Scientist who has worked in computer management and networking.  My wife Pamela and I did a lot of travel in New Zealand  2004-2009 and Australia  2011-2013.  We are sharing some of our photos with you here.

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has been developed to satisfy the requirements of a TAFE project during the Corona crisis.

I am indebted to my wife Pamela for her encouragement and help with spotting and locating many wildflowers.  In particular, I acknowledge  Pam's perseverance in finding  where to go to see the Reef photos on a mining road, and the Numbats at Perth Zoo.

"Seashalia" was coined from "Sea-shells-Australia"


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