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Category Archives: France

Street Photography is a genre largely defined by big guns like Henri Cartier-Bresson (who coined the term ‘The Decisive Moment). If you want to explore more about Street Photography which is often presented as photo essays that sometimes bleed into photojournalism, visit Magnum Photos. Look up our very own Aussie Trent Parke – I absolutely […]

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I don’t know what to say…I’m so lucky. I have the benefit of not owning much – I have a car, a few boxes stored away.  It means I can pack up and go.  Literally. I took these pictures whilst blissed out from a week in Paris, going back to London on the Eurostar. When […]

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Robyn Geering - May 15, 2011 - 7:54 am

You have an amazing journey Beth, wow, I am so jealous – Canberra is getting cold now. I can’t wait to see some of your amazing images.

Beth Jennings - May 15, 2011 - 11:15 pm

Oh thank you Robyn, I love it here, really do. Very inspiring in every direction. You would know though with your gorgeous paris trip too. xx

Personal My photography exhibition called ‘Bottling Memories’ at Mount Majura Vineyard is going really well.  During the week I had an enquiry from a visitor to the vineyard, asking if she could consult with me for artwork for her home.  The cool thing was, this lady liked my work and asked me to show her more.  She […]

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Throughout 2006-08 I travelled randomly throughout Europe.  My primary aims were to learn to speak French and to photograph anything and everything that I discovered along the way.  I managed, in a roundabout kind of way, to do both. So now on this trip things have developed and I’m almost entirely focused on my photography.  […]

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I had the good fortune and great pleasure of spending a month with David and Natasha in their rambling family home not far from Avignon, France.  In fact, I was there exactly two years ago, this month (my time flies).  They had 100 olive trees on this property, and not long before I was due […]

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  So where were you 12 months ago? Me, I was celebrating Christmas and the New Year with some Australian friends in France.  Bordeaux, to be specific, for seeing in the New Year.  Fine wine, fine food, fine friends, could you ask for more?  Before it got dark we took ourselves off for a typical […]

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