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Mike
26/07/2006
3:22:59 PM
My photos from this month are here if anyone is interested:
http://www.chockstone.org/PhotoSales/WhatsNewJul2006.asp

Warning: No climbing. Mainly landscapes and animals.
simey
26/07/2006
3:36:23 PM
Like your work a lot Mike, but gee I would love to see what you could nail in the way of climbing shots (particularly easier and intermediate classics which see a lack of attention from photographers).

dalai
26/07/2006
3:37:02 PM
Nice pictures once again Mike! You have definitely been driving all over Victoria recently given the range of photos.
MichaelOR
26/07/2006
3:42:08 PM
Excellent work ... but I second Simey's comments. Great photos of easy and intermediate routes are few and far between. I'll be looking forward to some!
Michael

tepas
26/07/2006
7:51:06 PM
Lovely shots, Mike.

Particularly like Snowbound Snowgum...

Richard
27/07/2006
1:29:01 PM
absolutley brilliant pics .. what sort of camera did you use, the birds shots obviously taken with a long telephoto lens - what size?

Not trying to imply it's the camera, your skill in compostion (amoung other aspects) is excellent

oweng
27/07/2006
1:54:12 PM
Your shots with ice, water or fog seem to work really, really well. You need to think about a holiday down here in Tassie Mike. I think you could work wonders with a few days walking aroung Freycinet, Tasman Peninsula, Central Platue etc.

Mike
27/07/2006
2:07:37 PM
The wildlife was taken with Neil's 200mm F2.8L that I'm holding hostage while he's living it up in Europe. 200 isn't nearly long enough but beggars can't be choosers. You still have to crawl right up to the wilder critters commando style :)

Owen, yeah I'm definately planning a Tassie trip soon when the weather warms up a bit, maybe January? Will keep you posted. I might do a quick run through Cradle and Walls Of J, then head down your way - open to suggestions.

Thanks for the praise all. Always nice to hear :)

oweng
27/07/2006
5:40:14 PM
>Owen, yeah I'm definately planning a Tassie trip soon when the weather
>warms up a bit, maybe January? Will keep you posted. I might do a quick
>run through Cradle and Walls Of J, then head down your way - open to suggestions.

Good-o. Sounds like you've got the alpine areas covered. Tasman peninsula and Freycinet Peninsula are spectacular landscapes. Lots of waves pounding of dark coastlines at TP if your feeling gothic, or green ocean pounding on white and orange granite at FP if you want something more upbeat.

nmonteith
27/07/2006
11:55:55 PM
Stunning Mike! ts good to see the lens gettign some good use. It was just too heavy to lug around overseas.

Mike
28/08/2006
4:59:56 PM
Here's my photos from August, if anyone is interested:
http://www.chockstone.org/PhotoSales/WhatsNewAug2006.asp

And yes, this time there are actually photos of climbers.

JamesMc
28/08/2006
6:00:31 PM
Excellent - All of them

JamesMc

Organ Pipe
29/08/2006
10:05:12 AM
Dammit Mike!

Your photo's make it painfully clear that I need to get out of the office / city more...

Great work : )

greenehands
12/09/2006
7:48:10 PM
wow mike you are really talented!!how long did you wait for those fantastic clouds? let me know if you ever want to have an exhibition!

Mike
2/10/2006
3:31:30 PM
Just got back from Kosciusko. The skiing is all but dead even the x-country. Took the snow shoes, but didn't need them.

Here's my shots from the last month if anyone is interested:
http://www.chockstone.org/PhotoSales/WhatsNewSep2006.asp
(No climbing).
Bob Saki
2/10/2006
3:43:07 PM
very classy as always, esp shot of Geehi Hut.

cruxmag
2/10/2006
4:29:39 PM
Life is an eternal sunset/sunset when MikeB and his camera is around!

Mike
31/10/2006
9:25:31 AM
All,

My photos from October are here:
http://www.chockstone.org/PhotoSales/WhatsNewOct2006.asp

Sorry, no climbing. I should be down at Araps next weekend though, so maybe I'll get a shot or two there.

nmonteith
31/10/2006
10:37:42 AM
The composition of these images is fantastic!

mousey
31/10/2006
11:18:35 AM
hell yeh, thats some sweet photos dude! top work!!

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