Sunday, October 22, 2006

Canberra Nara Candle Festival...

This Japanese candle festival was so beautiful... just gorgeous.

I am so glad that we went (it was one of those, no I do not yet want to be spring/summer... I am going back to winter days and nights... pretty bloody cold) !!

I had my first class at PhotoAccess yesterday morning... and my teacher Sian, told me about it. So thankful she did!!

It was such a magnificent sight.

Mikaela made her own lantern and joined in the procession. Very sweet. I dont have any pics (that make any sense) of her because she MOVES.... argh a tough one in the dark!!

Although I learnt quite a bit at my first photography class, there is still a LONG way to go!!Hence these night photos are not the best - the joy for me ~is in the learning~ ABOUT things I am passionate about!! As opposed to boring work stuff.... or life stuff... you know that character building crap (sarcasim peeps, tis the Aussie humor) Baahahahaaaa!!
Peace and love on a sunny Sunday.


Ronda P. said...

It's so beautiful! I love all the shots!

Shaz said...

gorgeous babe,
I love candles they always give a feeling of romance serenity and peace.
Love That....

Love and miss you cant wait till xmas.
Shaz xoxo

~Bek~ said...

Rhonda P... thanks sweets... I love taking night photos.

Shaz... I agree sweets. Candles are just so peaceful. Hey I am gonna give you a call darlin'.


b/sistersshoes said...

Beautiful bek...and shoot! That wiggily little munchkin wouldn't let you get a decent picture...that would have been fun to see :)

missing you
xxx d

~Bek~ said...

Dar.. She is a little cheeky one. She hates me to take her photo. But I *love* the fact that she is so active.
I wouldnt really want it any other way.
Miss you too.

Di Turner said...

Love the pictures of the candles. I think you take pictures like a pro!

Di :-)

Goddess of Leonie said...

those are STUNNING photos bek... must go there next year... totally totally totally....

~Bek~ said...

Oh Di.. you are too kind... thanks lovely!

Leonie... you will love it, but there were SO MANY people. A bit of a squish squash. Still so nice.


ceanandjen said...

Lovely photos and lovely learning. :-)