A woman, her camera and her view.
Vikki mentally photographs just about everything; her camera is a tool to freeze the beauty around her. Spending as much time as possible observing light, swapping between silence and clicks.
With my own life captured on slides, various types of film, and the ever expanding DSLR range, I have always been drawn to the stillness of photography. First taking photographs with a Kodak disc camera in the early 80’s, moving onto 35mm and now Canon DSLR. My work focuses on exploring the ever changing world and my personal position in this space.
All images are owned by Vikki Foord (MsViks Photography), please obtain permission prior to any use from the owner. All Rights Reserved.
Hi there Ms. Viks, pleased to meet you and thank you so much for the follow on my blog. If you have any comments or suggestions just drop me a line. Allow me to continue my tour of your blog…MM 🍀
Hi there! Thank you for following my blog! I love the photographs I have seen so fat on your blog, and will come back to see more. Keep up the great work! 🙂
Thanks dude, appreciate the comment and Im looking forward to the day someone offers to pay me in magic beans.
Featured E-Magazine said:
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoyed reading through your blog.
Thanks for coming over and clicking around.
Hi Ms Viks! Amazing photos you have on your blog! Looking forward to see more! By the way, thank you so much for stopping by and following my blog. It is very much appreciated.
Regards from your new follower,
Hello, Thanks for looking around, I am delighted that you enjoy my photos. I look forward to reading more of your travels…and I must make that soup.
the dune mouse said:
glad to meet you and peruse your blog!! Beautiful images of the land down under! I’ve been meeting many from there!! Thank you also for your follow and lovely comment on MM!!
Hey welcome onboard, or is that onblog? Glad you are meeting more of us, we are generally a good lot. Thanks for the follow.. and Im really looking forward to seeing more of your work.
the dune mouse said:
julie harms said:
Thanks for joining my blog. Your pictures are very inspiring. I especially like those taken from “above”, the perspective becomes more dramatic in a way. I’ve always been drawn to particular line arrangements. Vertical lines mostly, the ones that can be seen all over urban landscapes. Just recently I decided to step out of my comfort zone and tackle nature with its mind-boggling perspective and overwhelming lines. Needless to say I feel like I’m visiting another planet.