Hamish Blair

MAY 09, 2012

An action shot in the English countryside

The photo I've chosen for this post is a shot of Adam Gilchrist from the opening match of Australia's 2005 Ashes tour of England against the Professional Cricketers Association Masters XI
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APRIL 22, 2012

Capturing Clarke

This photo I've chosen to share is a bit different from the action in and around the matches of most of my other posts
MARCH 03, 2012

A remote camera captures a McGrath milestone

The photograph chosen for this piece is from the famous 2005 Ashes series in England
JANUARY 28, 2012

Warner's leap of joy

I thought given Australia's recent success and my last photo was of Australia losing, that today's photo should be of an Aussie looking happy
JANUARY 17, 2012

Ashes emotion: jubilant England, dejected Australia

For my first blog in a long time, I've picked a photo from the end of the 2010-11 Ashes
FEBRUARY 14, 2010

Focusing on training sessions

Today's picture is of Harbhajan Singh from the 2003 World Cup in South Africa, during an Indian training session at Centurion
JANUARY 29, 2010

A moment of clarity

Justin Langer looks natural, just relaxing, rather than posing for a photo
DECEMBER 16, 2009

The David Shepherd hop

This photo just involved a matter of being aware when the moment came and focussing on Shepherd and taking the photo
NOVEMBER 24, 2009

Pietersen feels the pain

Today's photo was taken during the first ODI of the 2006-07 Australian summer between Australia and England. The position I was in helps for this photo
NOVEMBER 15, 2009

Tendulkar turns it around

Given that Sachin Tendulkar is celebrating 20 years in the game, I have selected a photo of him
NOVEMBER 08, 2009

Bravo's blinder

This photo is a good example of the most common way to photograph cricket action, sitting quite straight of the wicket, slightly to the left
NOVEMBER 02, 2009

Adam's eyes

I love the emotion on Adam Gilchrist's face in this photo. It adds to the picture that he is still wearing his sweaty whites, his baggy green and his inner gloves