On top of the world, at the bottom

(12 images) – I have a problem with my camera. It takes way too many good photos – more than any other I’ve had. It makes whittling them down more difficult.


The other evening Evan and I spent about 40 minutes on the mountain to watch the sunset. I have about 40 keepers – what I think is a ridiculous average of one per minute!


Fair enough, these first two were taken seconds apart, and are very similar, I normally wouldn’t post them both – but which one would you toss?

3. kunanyi – Mt Wellington summit.

This post has about a third of them – I’m still to edit the rest. Life keeps getting in the way of creativity – and I have another two photography projects on the go at the moment. If only it would pay the bills – or buy me equipment.


I’m also new to blogging regularly and trying to find a good balance between posting too many posts or not enough (I aim for two per week) – and having too much or too little content to keep the viewer engaged (I think a maximum of 10 images), as well as it not taking up too much of my time, but I do enjoy it.


Anyway, it’s getting late – yet again, so I’ll leave you to enjoy the mountain serenity.


So which is your favorite? Which would you have not included? Feedback most welcome.

Follow to see more images on the mountain and more – and I’ll check your site out too πŸ™‚
Thanks for visiting, cheers from Tasmania!

6 thoughts on “On top of the world, at the bottom

  1. First time visting your blog, thank you for sharing photos from Tasmania. I live in Finland, country of Santa😊 and share photos of Finnish nature. I aim also for two posts / week, sometimes more, sometimes less. I share max 6 photos and not so long content as I myself cannot read long posts πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I get bored… Take care!

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    1. Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting πŸ™‚ Good feedback there, I think peoples attention spans are soo short nowadays for long posts. I post a bit sporadically, depending what has caught my eye. I checked your blog, lovely images and writing. Following πŸ™‚

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      1. Thank you for following! I am also following your blog 😊 Nice to learn more about Tasmania πŸ‘ Take care and have a great day!

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  2. When it comes to photography. I am confused about my favorite genre like flowers, landscapes, animals, birds, and cities.

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    1. Thanks for your comment, I think I am easily bored so change genres often to learn new things, I hope it makes my blog more interesting. I tend to take what’s around me, sometime’s I’ll have an idea and try to create the vision in my head into a photograph. I like your blog and pizza philosophy – I always say, “pizza carbs don’t count” πŸ™‚


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