All the Stuff I did on ANZAC Day

It’s been a busy day for me, which is pretty cool considering how little sleep I have had.

~ I had one of my melted bathroom photographs featured in a Redbubble group.

~ I’ve been on Redbubble since April 2007, just a little over four years. Whilst at my age time goes faster, it’s been a long road since starting to upload my artwork on Redbubble. I’ve had two successful exhibitions , I’ve upgraded my gear somewhat, I’m now the unofficial official photographer for the DeadReds Wine Group (who continue to use my photography in various formats. more about that later…), plus I periodically sell my photography from anyone of my online photo galleries. So I took the opportunity to say how I have been involved and part of Redbubble history . And the future is looking great!

~ The traffic on my redbubble artwork has exceeded my expectations. Not that I am under-valueing my artwork, nor doubting my artwork; I’m just honoured that so many people have viewed, commented and ‘liked’ my artwork. So I have compiled a display of all the images whose traffic-count has exceeded 2,000 viewers ! Each image links back to the full version.

Plus I uploaded a another photograph shot last year on Kangaroo Island:

Before you reach the Cape Du Couedic Lighthouse , there are a few huts available to spend a weekend within. Here is one of them:

And the day isn’t over yet!

I still have to walk myself to the local ANZAC memorial to take a few interesting photographs. Hopefully the wreaths will still be on display…

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