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Joan Rennie
Retired from paid work but fully employed by me - as photographer, video maker and granny!
Retired from paid work but fully employed by me - as photographer, video maker and granny!
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I have borrowed a macro lens from Panasonic to try on my Olympus camera (OMD 10) and here are the results of an hour in the garden with the lens! I had fun!

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Just sharing a quick look at what is flowering in my own garden! .

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You may enjoy seeing my lorikeets once again, this time captured with a Canon 5Ds which I am fortunate enough to be able to use while my tenant writes a review on it!

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went to see the sculptures on the sands at Currumbin Beach. You may like to take a look too!

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A video made some years ago (4:3 format) of the bells in the famous Perth Bell Tower and a very interesting man who explained how the bells were rung in the UK.
I hope that you enjoy learning about Bell Ringing from an expert.
I had been given permission to make this video by the gentleman and subsequently sent him video tapes to send to all his bell ringing associates.

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Using a Panasonic HC-V380 with 50x optical zoom I was able to get closer to the wombats (in the dark) than any of the other coach passengers. It is rather difficult spot-lighting animals from inside a coach with tinted windows!

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Test driving a little Panasonic video camera for the first time. I love it! I want it! I hope you enjoy what I took with it. All the birds are in my own garden.

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Sharing something that I enjoy every day, rain or shine. Rainbows on my veranda!

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A little test video for the Panasonic HC-WXF990M 4K camcorder. Hand held - still looking for that perfect anti-shake camcorder!

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A favourite of the Australian bush, the Kookaburra. The laughter of the Kookaburra always makes you look around to see if you can spot the bird.
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