I’m an Australian landscape photographer from the spectacular Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Photography is my passion.
Note: in case you’re wondering, you say my name “Meeka”, like Meekatharra, the town :)
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Hint: If you get a bit lost on this site, just click on the picture of my face and you’ll come back to this page :)
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If someone asks you to keep a secret, you do. Right? / Well I do. / But in this case, there’s no point keeping the secret, so I’m taking a moment to get excited that I’ve achieved my “Master” honours status with the Australian Photographic Society! / You’ve never heard of it? Well, I’m not surprised. Since its inception in 1962, the Australian Photographi…
It’s a bit of “old news” for anyone who has liked my page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/MiekeBoyntonPhotography) and I wasn’t sure whether it was worth mentioning here… but then I thought that some of you might be considering setting up your own dedicated website, so I decided I should write something! / The news is: / I have a new website. / www.miekeboynton.com / …
I’m starting to get excited… The count-down to “Focus on the Fagus Week” in Tasmania has begun! / What is Fagus Week?? Well, if you click here you can read more about it, but in a nut-shell, it’s where you can hang out with some super-talented and very fun photographers, see some incredible Aussie alpine scenery during the “Turning of the Fagus”, particip…
On October 28th, I did a Pecha Kucha talk here in Broome, and I just thought I’d share it here on RB for those who may have come to see it were they not so far away :) :) :) The format of Pecha Kucha is 20 slides / 20secs per slide = 6min40secs. Short and sweet! / A huge “thank you!!!” to everyone who came, to Allison Stout who organised the event, to Graeme for recording the p…