I was recently invited by the Fremantle Volunteer Service to help them out taking photos of local volunteers out in the wild; doing their thing and supporting the local community. I’ve done a lot of volunteer work in my time, so I jumped at the opportunity to help showcase work that is often unsung. It was at times confronting, at others entertaining and interesting. I got to see the firing of the cannon at The Roundhouse, and met some lucky furry and feathered friends who’ve been given the chance at a new lease on life.
A new addition to the Platt family; Frankie (short for Frankenstein, as his birthday is Halloween) is a Border Collie and the beautiful puppy of my brother-in-law and his wife. These are the photos I took at the same time as shooting the videos that made up the previous post. You can see the higher…
The last time I done a set of photos for my sister and her family, their little girl Kaitlyn wasn’t even born. I felt now would be a good time to provide the family with a new group photo to share with their loved ones.
This isn’t one of the photos from Bunker Bay, but it is another of the photos I found on my card. I’d taken this for my brother-in-law and his wife as a present. Taken in the Supreme Court Gardens in Perth, it was a quick shot that I like quite a bit. Its a shame about the tree trunk in the top corner drawing your eye away but I was hot and grumpy when I took the photo (Summer in WA isn’t my favourite season).
I have three nephews, and two nieces. This beautiful child is the youngest of the five. I took this photo for my sister, whose hand she is holding, when she was roughly a month old. She’s such a sweet-natured baby.
This one is a little older, from late 2014. I did take a few more photos that year than 2015 but I was as remiss with posting then as I was last year. It is a habit I really need to try and improve.
This photo was taken at my brother’s (in-law) wedding to his beautiful bride. It was a special day for everyone, and I felt blessed to be able to take a few photos for them to remember the day. This was a candid shot, that I took when they were waiting for their official photographer to ready her camera for a more professional photograph. Personally I adore this one, and I’m probably quite biased in my preference for this photo over any of the others that were taken that day. It says a lot about the couple themselves, who I love and adore.
Taken in July 2015, at Whiteman Park in Perth. We visited with family, who came from several hours away between them for the weekend. It was a lovely day, and while the nephews were unsure about the train ride my nieces loved every minute of it!