Photos

I’ve always loved photography. I have been a keen photographer since I was a child and have taken many photos over the years; these are some of my favourites, a mixture of snapshots and more creative photos.

The photos are split across several pages, so please use the links at the end of each page to navigate.

Coogee Reflections

Coogee Reflections
The Place of Reflection, Coogee Beach. Memorial to the victims of the Bali Bombings.

Bridge & Ferry

Bridge & Ferry
The Sydney Harbour Bridge from Circular Quay.

St Judes Church, Randwick

St. Jude’s Church, Randwick
St. Jude’s Church, where my parents worked as vergers for almost 10 years.

St Jude's Parish Centre, Randwick

St Jude’s Parish Centre
St. Jude’s Parish Centre. We lived there for several years while my parents worked as vergers at the church.

The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home
A stranger walking, lost in his own world.

Three Benches

Three Benches
Three empty benches in Alison Park, Randwick. 

Trees at Sunset

Trees at Sunset
A cluster of trees in Alison Park, Randwick.

Waiting by the Wharf
A woman waiting for the last ferry of the day.

The Great Clock in the QVB

The Great Clock in the QVB
Clock tower in Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building

Bicycle Rack or Art?

Randwick Bicycle Rack
A bicycle rack shaped like an old Penny Farthing.

Photos © CJ Levinson 2006-2012. Please contact me before reusing them.

7 thoughts on “Photos

    1. Hi Amanda! Thanks, I’m so glad you liked them. I’m still learning too but I feel like my photography is gradually improving… just have to keep taking pictures, I guess.

      The photography bug’s hard to shake once it’s got hold of you, isn’t it? I think having fun’s the main thing… if you just enjoy getting out there and shooting, then your photos will reflect it. The lens sees both ways.

      Do you post much of your photography at all? I love reading your poetry but don’t think I’ve seen many of your photos on your site. Would love to have a look. 🙂

    1. Thanks. Some really lovely photos. I just followed you. 😉

      Have you tried SmugMug at all? It’s reasonably priced and a lot of photographers like it. I mostly use Flickr myself as all of my contacts are there. Google+ seems quite popular with photographers as well if you’ve tried that?

      Have fun shooting! 🙂

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