Photo of the day: Terraced hillsides in Nepal

Another image showcasing the beauty of Nepal: amazing terraced hillsides on the trek linking the Annapurna Sanctuary and Ghorepani.

Entire galleries of this area will be uploaded shortly.

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Feel free to email Jo at admin@visitedplanet.com with your comments/thoughts/photo aspirations. See and learn more at http://www.visitedplanet.com

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Transfer of Visited Planet blog

The Visited Planet blog has been moved to http://visitedplanet.com/wordpress/

All previous posts are now hosted at the new site – there is still some redesign going on so please bear with me while I sort this out over the next few weeks.

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Feel free to email Jo at admin@visitedplanet.com with your comments/thoughts/photo aspirations. See and learn more at http://www.visitedplanet.com

New database via Smug Mug

I have just opened a  new account to host my images here – http://visitedplanet.smugmug.com/
This is under development and I’ll play around with it over the next few weeks.

In the meantime still use the database on http://www.visitedplanet.com/ and I’ll notify you of further changes.

This is an exciting time as I make some radical changes to the site that are much needed!

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Feel free to email Jo at admin@visitedplanet.com with your comments/thoughts/photo aspirations. See and learn more at http://www.visitedplanet.com

Photo of the day: Spring’s noisy lorikeets

You know it’s spring time in Australia when…

Noisy lorikeets feed outside your window. The banksias in the garden have erupted with colour this year and the lorikeets are making the most of them. This happy, and noisy little fella, had a great time feeding outside my office window this morning.

A noisy lorikeet in action in the garden. Pic: Joanne Lane, http://www.visitedplanet.com

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Feel free to email Jo at admin@visitedplanet.com with your comments/thoughts/photo aspirations. See and learn more at http://www.visitedplanet.com

Five feature images for photojournalism competition

I spent all day Friday preparing photographs for the FCCT / OnAsia Photo-journalism Contest. As usual I had left it until the last minute and had to do it all rather quickly so I’m under no illusion my submission was all that great but it’s a good process to go through – and it does refresh you on some of the better images you’ve taken in the last 12 months.

I like OnAsia as they utilize local photographers in the Asia/Pacific region with a focus on photojournalism and documentary images.

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