Just back from Beechworth

You may have noticed I haven’t been around here. Sorry, but I’ve been to Beechworth for the last few days.

I made the decision while there to just enjoy it and not worry about social media at all. It was nice.

I did take photos while I was there, not a lot, but some. I really haven’t had time to go through them yet, but I thought I would fill you in on where I’ve been and share just a couple of photos, actually three.

I took my infrared camera with me. I haven’t used it for at least a couple of years, so I thought, why not. I didn’t use it much, but the place we were staying in was so beautiful and had the most amazing old shed out the back. I thought it would be the perfect subject for some infrared photography. The leaves were all changing for autumn, but I don’t think you can really tell in these photos.

The place we were staying in was an old church that has been converted into a home. So there is a photo of that as well.

I’m going to leave you there and will be back with more on my trip in a couple of days. Take care and talk soon.

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  1. welcome back, and thanks for the wonderful photos…at first I thought the whiteness looked like snow, a dusting of snow. Social media? I don’t consider blogging social media, but what do I know? I used to email a lot…a lot…but all my friends abandoned the correspondence in favor of FaceBook. sigh. Seriously these photos with your infrared are fascinating! No doubt color versions would be lovely, too, but I am really taken by the starkly gorgeous effects of this technique. good job! 🙂

    1. Thank you Pat, I love how infrared has that look. Closest I get to snow, or something looking like snow. I don’t mind emailing, I quite like it really. Though I don’t use FB anymore, I do use Messenger from it and use that to talk to my daughters and such. I am so glad to hear you like the IR, I love them too, it gives such a different look. I did take some colour shots as well and will get around to showing some of those too at some point.

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