For Weekend Wanderings today I thought I would show you more of the infrared images I took in the park earlier this week. It was nice getting out with that camera again.
That was it, a day out with 3 other lovely ladies, friends to go on an outing, but it wasn’t quite the day we had planned, though seemed like a good one for Weekend Wanderings.
It has been one of those weeks, so I thought for Weekend Wanderings I would repost the one I did of Docklands through a fisheye. Sometimes it is hard to get out.
Today I am reposting Reposting USA Wanderings: Santa Cruz to Monterey because it seems I still can’t get access to my photos on the backup system. We are having trouble with it all. This was a day that I absolutely loved and had so much fun. I will always remember it fondly. Really, the days […]
The other day I found myself photographing a bridge with a fisheye lens. Actually, I was doing it with two, one on the camera, and one on my phone.
On Thursday I went to Warneet with my friend Chris to be there at low tide and I thought it would make a good place for Weekend Wanderings. We tried it once before, but the tide was in. It is so much different when there is very low water.
Yesterday I wandered around the streets of Melbourne with a visitor from overseas and it seemed like a good idea to use the photos for a Weekend Wanderings post. Every now and then I am contacted by people who know me through the internet and then want to meet me when they come here.
Weekend Wanderings is about the Australian Gardens that are in Cranbourne. They are also the Australian Botanical Gardens and showcase many of the native plants that you find here.
If you love dahlias, then you would love to do some weekend wanderings around Country Dahlias in Winchelsea. It is quite an amazing place.
During the week I had a quick trip to Alowyn Gardens. I was there to talk about doing some workshops, but I also spent some time in the gardens and thought it would be a good post for Weekend Wanderings.