Archive for the ‘photography’ Category

Love a coffee

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

The ritual is the thing with a morning coffee. The caffeine might have something to do with it as might the cup. I have several choices of coffee cup. Depends on how I feel. Today is bleak and a plan for computer work , sketching then visit a mate for a light music jam … And another coffee

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Its been too long

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

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Grey day Where have you been?

I joined the Sydney Sketch Club last week and had a very ‘enlightening ‘ experience with new people and places and mediums etc. I love sketching and stuff like that so I got right into it. We went to the Australian National Maritime Museum and stayed inside as it was pouring with rain.

Here’s one of my sketches:

Sketch of suit cases at Sydney Maritime Museum

Black pen on paper.

I was inspired by being amongst a great bunch of likeminded people and it was a productive day. Now I have my own set of mini watercolours that I can add colour to my sketches with. Stay tuned.

O yes I still take plenty of pics. Yesterday I flew in Sydney and we manufactured great weather out of a better than average day.

Here’s a Mother with Babies in Rose Bay:

small boats

Mother and Babies Rose Bay Tim Mooney Photography©-0418670437

Cheers until ?

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Got up early worms

Saturday, September 4th, 2010

More on this later. Went to Dourdan today by train to photograph the pastel queen in action. Blew the writer away. Passion pays. Stay tuned for the big ‘picture’. Here is an early morning render of the in seine river

All about the Stomach

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Too much good stuff here.

Leaning Tower of Eiffel

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Have arrived in Paris for September. An early arrival saw the dawn of a perfect day … Even if it was 32 hours door to door . The shuttle from the airport to the Marais apartment was an excellent way to see Paris waking up. With the iPhone camera this blog will be updated as much as possible. Walked forever today around the Marais district and ended up at Chez Janou for an early evening meal and some Bordeaux red and just sat there watching Parisians doing their thing. Such a refined tribe. And I want a bike. A pushie with a battery please so the Creme Brulee is whisked away in good time.

Milk or mail

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

Some animals are more equal than others. A beautiful Cooma sky after a heavy frost

Into Grey or Gray

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Wierd sky. Such a profound hole in the cloud for the sun. Waiting on a break in the sky for some Sydney aerial photography

More Red by Tim Mooney

Monday, July 19th, 2010

There seems to be a lot of red coming to mind. I just stumbled on this pic and it’s a few years old. Vivid red. Good soil. Good toil. Plant a nail and grow a crowbar.

Red and Blue by Tim Mooney

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

Just a perfect day today. Here’s an iphone pic of our Aloe Vera plant/s. The original plant has multiplied an average of 40% per year. They get a bit unruly so there will be some ‘grooming’ soon. The birds will have a ball over the next few days with these flowers!
That white spot near the centre of the pic is the Moon. This picture’s colour has not been enhanced at all. It is a direct upload from the phone.
The new operating system for the iphone introduces a zoom capability for the camera which zooms digitally (not optically). This image was taken with about 15% zoom.

Myocum Sculpture by Tim Mooney

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Back at the Myocum School of Sculpture I took some pics for the wrap up of their first term. I love this piece that Helen (student) is putting together and will review it again next term:

Helen's sculpture at Myocum School of Sculpture

Helen's sculpture at Myocum School of Sculpture