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Better Photography Photograph of the Year 2011

So I thought I’d give a sneak peak at what I’m going to enter into this years competition… or what I have to choose from, I think variety might be key. There’s a couple from Karijini in Western Australia that I should probably narrow down.

What do you think?

Here they are at full size, so you can click to see alot more detail that I have on my facebook page, which is here if you haven’t visited it by the way 😉

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bryceworld-Photography/108294952545178

Entry 1

Entry 2

Entry 3

Entry 4

And a square image to round it up

Entry 5


Scotland is pretty awesome.

Sometime back me and a few friends from high school took a road trip to William Wallace country. From Edinburgh to up North there was not one piece of the land I didn’t like. I plan to go back again and explore further north next time. I have my eye on the Isle of sky…

I just hope the weather is as kind. Not one day did it rain, and the temp was as hot as the delicious yorkie we came to love at the pub we frequented.

Here are some snap shots…

This thing was massive!

Harsh lighting.

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Costa Rica

Costa Rica,

The warmth was welcomed, both from the Sun and the people. Costa Rica is an amazing place with 40+ National parks which is incredible in itself as CR is not a big country. It’s so good to see that the common sense to protect such wilderness is in place.

CR has just about everything, world famous surfing, great weather and people, a ton of wildlife and nature to explore, beautiful beaches and amazing local cuisine… Don’t go, you wont like it 😉

I didn’t have as much free time as I would have liked, you really need about a month.. yes, there’s just that much stuff there! Plus once out the likes of San Jose and Jaco, where they still accept the US dollar, you will begin to see the real Costa Rica. Tico’s that are happy to see you and not the ones that think you’re an American with a few spare dollars 😉

Here’s some happy snaps, enjoy.

Sand between the toes

Little Bluey

Pirates of the Caribbean Monkeys

At the local Markets

Heading to Volcano Iruzu

Volcan Iruzu


Looking through old shots

I love the noblex, it’s a great camera. But after going through some old shots there’s quite a bit of banding that can occur. You MUST use/have fresh batteries!!!

It ruins shots. It’l be a while before I snag one of these again.. North Avoca


Any of you PS guru’s have any idea on salvaging something like this?


The Entrance

This scene was made ‘famous’ by Mike hruby (Pretty sure anyway) Usually there’s ALWAYS someone fishing off that little wharf, esp in the holiday season. But the other day I was lucky enough to get an ok sunset with a bogan free wharf.

Thought I’d share in the christmas spirit one last time 😉 Enjoy kiddies, Have a merry christmas!

P.s The Boat has a bit of a stitch issue, thats why digital is the devil!!!


Lion Island

It’s been a while, nothing much has been happening on the shooting front. I’m just getting geard up for a pretty big trip that should be alot of fun!

Been holding back on this one, but the secrets out, and i can’t be bothered to do a shmick edit on it, it’s too big for my patients! This place is awesome and has heaps of different compositions to choose from. I sat up here the other day listening to a mocking bird for half an hour. Thats one crazy creature…


Long & Skinny

Taken a while back, before I knew about white balance settings.. cough cough.. Still for such a wide stitch it turned out ok.. I have a couple of nice ones of this place on film, but it’s yet to be scanned..

The owner has also shown off his new addition by mooring a big fat 20? Footer. I don’t know much about boats.. but it’s big and looks expen$ive!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway it wrecks the scene now. Glad I got something current while i could.

Long & Skinny