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Jimmy Hurford  πŸ“· South Australian based hobbyist photographer Chasing unique images All photos belong to me

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A spicy angle at Mexico's πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ edit: unsure who the rider is so tag away!

@misspixelator silhouette
1 year anniversary of this photo shoot!

Happy birthday to @eden_adl πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

Hello Spring! (aka the best season) @rachelg__

Ingalalla Waterfalls footage taken with my drone, then making a cinemagraph from scratch in photoshop. Was an absolute head f*ck to export, but happy with how it turned out!

I went to the zoo last week and these guys were the absolute highlight of the day πŸ™ƒ

Pics from the vault featuring @ashtree1111 being a forest belle in Second Valley πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

in bloom

Jumping on the Plotagraph bandwagon. The phone app is pretty neat, however it kills the image quality - definitely will be saving up for the desktop version. Pretty neat though!

I did a bridal (my first) shoot a little while back and finally got the edits to where I like them! Model: @kristenl_11 MUA: @jessicalouise.mua Designer: @nicholeparnell Jewellery: @portelliotjewelleryco
#portelliotjewelleryco
#bridalwear

The best part of being out in nature for extended periods of time is the occurrence of random events that make great stories; sometimes the intricacies of these events can't be explained with words alone and kinda fall upon deaf ears, but on the rare occasion you get a photo to accompany the experience. This particular night while sitting around the campfire, drinking beer, chatting away, not a breath of wind in the air - I got up to go to the toilet, I happened to look up towards the horizon and noticed these long tube shaped formations slowly march towards us. I yelled out to Jeff to look out towards the horizon and help figure out what the hell we were looking at! Slowly but surely more and more were being made in the upper atmosphere and slowly crept towards us enough to identify what they were and it turned out (to our amazement) they were clouds! Over the duration of several hours a cycle of these clouds silhouetted the Milky Way, making it appear like someone had artfully painted gigantic black brush strokes across the sky. This was one special experience and I still don't know what kind of clouds they are in this photo but this was one of the greatest highlights of my camping journey out in the Wild West of Australia

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