scenes from before and after a wedding   Leave a comment

Last weekend I photographed a wedding, for me the wedding itself is lovely but before the wedding and afterwards is where I find the photos can be interesting. Before you have all the getting ready, organising flowers, makeup, hair, jewelry and all the nervousness that goes with it for the bride. After the wedding you often have the guests milling around and children being children, its never boring. These are some from the wedding last weekend (click on each individual image to see larger)


Posted February 15, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

Some landscapes and a change of direction   Leave a comment

So i had good intentions of getting out and about and shooting 52 mono wildlife shots this year but have had a change of mind. I notice i dont actually write enough on my blogs so I think its pretty boring for the viewer. So Im going to try and post a more diverse range of photos and descriptions of the kind of photos I take. This first batch are only a few weeks ago. I planned to catch the sunset out over  at Sandpatch where our local windfarm is. It is one of the best places in Albany to catch a sunset. It seems as if every time I go out to do this Im rushed and only just get there in time. This time was the same, I hobbled down the path (ankle issues) and made it in time to capture this lovely colour. At the time there were many fires in the southwest and the smoke added to the colour I believe. anyway here are the shots I took.





Posted February 13, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

Cockatoos in flight   Leave a comment

                                                Black cockatoos




Posted February 8, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

Osprey   Leave a comment

This week I’m adding a series of photos,   ospreys are such amazing birds



Posted February 2, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

Ravens   2 comments

I love how these ravens seem to synchronize with each otherPicMonkey Collage

Posted January 27, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

Silver gull in flight   Leave a comment

          One leg take off


I’m always amazed at well well these seagulls adjust to losing a leg or eye, they seem to survive many things and their population says it all. This would have to be the most common bird in our seaside town




Posted January 18, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized

flight   Leave a comment

  Take off


RGBedited cormorant (2 of 3)-Edit

Posted January 14, 2016 by juliehollandphotography in Uncategorized


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