Photography 101 – Landmark

Day 7 ‘We often use locations to orient us, to identify where we are — from statues to town squares to corner shops. These landmarks on a map can be famous and instantly recognisable, or sometimes they’re simple markers to help us navigate.

Today, head outside and photograph a landmark.’  Well, today’s been a little hectic as we get ready for our little break away in two day’s time, so I wasn’t able to head outside and photograph 😦

Instead I did the next best thing – look at my archives and from there, I give you the heart of Australia. Uluru!

If you haven’t been there, make sure you put it on your bucket list as everyday the colour of the rock changes. You can stay there forever and never capture it the same twice!

As Crocodile Dundee said, ‘You’ll never never know, if you never never go!’

Uluru (Ayers Rock) The heart of Australia

Uluru (Ayers Rock) The heart of Australia







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My passion has been for many, many years landscape photography so when the chance came up to retire early, in order to travel, I took it! It made sense then to marry the two (travel and photography) and create this blog. I hope you enjoy it :)
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8 Responses to Photography 101 – Landmark

  1. kazg10 says:

    Just right! 🙂 How wonderful it is the best landmark of all. How great to see your shot. I am hoping to go in May next year for about three days to get some sunrises and sunsets. Thanks for posting, now I cant wait.


  2. irvingw54 says:

    And what a landmark.


  3. Amy says:

    Great choice for the landmark. Magnificent shot of Uluru!


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