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This is such a fun image. It was originally posted by Mark Godfrey in Len’s Club in answer to the one word challenge back in August: Dreaming.
I love it when an image posted has been crafted specifically for the challenge. Even more so when the image also gets you thinking. This image is more than simply a cute picture of a bee, it is carefully crafted to give the impression of a dream world. With the caption, ‘Do bees dream?’, Mark in turn challenges us to ponder something we would otherwise not have even considered (there is an article about this if we have piqued your interest: http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20160621-do-bees-dream).
Thank you Mark, for sharing your work with us.
If you would like to see more of Mark’s work head over to his website: https://madewithlight.smugmug.com/
(or you could join Len’s Club!).
Photograph published with permission. Photograph copyright © Mark Godfrey 2021
The Mono Awards, presented by SanDisk, is Australia and New Zealand's largest competition dedicated to the art of monochrome and black-and-white photography. Since launching in 2019, The Mono Awards has showcased the work of some of the region's most talented and creative photographers.
The competition is hosted by Australian Photography and Capture, and in 2021 is offering a prize pool of $12,500, including $9,000 in cash prizes. The Top 30 images in each category will also be published in special issues of Australian Photography and Capture magazines later in the year.
The Mono Awards is open for entries. The competition closes Sunday 13 June 2021. Good luck!
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Other bits and pieces which should be of interest.
Sydney International Exhibition of Photography www.siep.org.au
Adam Williams ( for inspiration and workshops) www.australianphotographer.com
Luke Tscharke, (for great astrophotography tips and workshops) luketscharke.com
Pamela Pauline ( local fine art photographic artist ) www.pamelapauline.com
Alfonso Calero ( for travel photography workshops) www.alfonso.com.au/sydney-photography-courses/
Photoshop Cafe ( loads of free tutorials ) photoshopcafe.com
For a different perspective and inspiring photography, have a look at Erika Zolli Photography www.erikazolli.it
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