Dawn, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON
If I can help you to improve your photography or your writing, let me know. I've published posts on this blog to answer queries from photographers and writers but for the past six weeks or so, I was concentrating on finishing, editing and delivering my second novel, Muskoka Maharani, to my publisher and my agent.
That took precedence for a while, but now that I'm "back in Blogland", I'd like to acknowledge my Canadian friend Vic Grace, who suggested I resume posting advice. So here goes. All you have to do is leave me a comment with your query - and I'll answer in the form of a post, with a link to your blog.
If you want to catch up on my writing advice, there are several posts on my blog with the label "Telling Write From Wrong".
For the many bloggers who also use cameras, my advice is always simple. If something catches your attention, stop and photograph it. Chances are you might not encounter the same sight again. And even the most mundane sights can make a great picture in the right light. We're not all born photographers (I'm entirely self-taught, by the way) but digital technology has enabled most people to improve their skills far more rapidly because of instant view-and-edit options.
Good luck, good shooting - and do ask me your questions. I look forward to them.