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365 Places: Wedding at Bangalore Palace

Day 180: Wedding at Bangalore Palace, Bangalore, India Today my post features some images and a video of an Indian wedding we saw at the Bangalore Palace. It was so colourful and noisy – had it share! Advertisements

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365 Places: National Gallery of Australia

banner image: Balinese people,Singa mythical winged lion, 19th century, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 1969

Day 70: National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, Australia Today I had hoped to go bushwalking as it has been a long time since we went for a walk on the weekend. However, we were thwarted by bad weather –

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A Buddhist in Bali

© Garry Benson 2014

Text: © Garry Benson 2014 Images: © Garry Benson 2014 Honouring the Gods is such a long-standing tradition in Bali that the island is named after the native word for ‘offering’ – Bebali. For the Balinese, to make the material

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365 Places: Alam Jiwa

Day 55: Alam Jiwa, Nyuh Kuning, Bali, Indonesia Today, I am posting again about Alam Jiwa, the beautiful place I wrote about yesterday in 365 Places: Nyuh Kuning and Garry wrote about inThe Soul of Nature. This is a truly

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Photo Basics

© Garry Benson 2014

Text: © Garry Benson 2014 Images: © Garry Benson 2014 Here are some simple tips and rules that can help you to create better pictures. Use them to lead you to create that extraordinary picture. Remember though, there are exceptions

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365 Places: Port Macquarie

Day  37: Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia May 26 is a special day in the Benson Drury calendar, as it is our wedding anniversary. For this reason, I dedicate today’s post to the beautiful seaside town of Port Macquarie, the

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Mise en scène

© Garry Benson 2014

Text: Garry Benson Editor: Tracey Benson As someone who has worked in stage, film and television for many years the expression mise-en-scène is quite familiar. It has its origins in the theatre, and the French term mise en scène literally means ‘putting

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