Today I am reposting a Weekend Wandering post from 2016 about Cairn Curran Reservoir. It is a place I’ve visited a few times over the years.
Photographing around home has to be a good thing and for me that includes a place called Banyule Flats. It is a quick walk away from me.
Today for Weekend Wanderings, I thought we could look back at another post that was done on my old blog. I am slowly hoping to bring them all here over time, at least the ones that are still relevant. We are going back to Swan Hill and the salt or salinity problems they have around […]
As you may have guessed, I have converted one of my old cameras so I can use it for Infrared Photography. I picked it up from Camera Clinic yesterday and this morning I raced down to Banyule Flats to see what I could get with it.
Yesterday I had all good intentions of posting a photo and then time got away from me. So here is one that I took yesterday instead. A long exposure from Banyule Flats, taken with the Nikon D7500 I have on loan at the moment.
Cairn Curran is a place I have visited quite a few times, but this last time was a little different. First let’s take a look at the first time I went there. This is from the second visit. I seriously thought there would never be any water in it again. However, this year we have […]
Here I am up in the Mallee again and I’m trying to get out and take photos as much as I can. Yesterday I got to go out to Lake Albacutya and have a look around. Jonesy from Yaapeet is great and often takes me around. He has a 4WD that can handle the very […]
Recently, since my return from the US, I’ve been doing a lot more work on my photos. I used excuses before, but I am starting to see that it is something I have to do, even if just for myself. Of course, the added benefit is that I can share the photos with you as […]
It is that time of the week again and it has been a good week as I look back on what I’ve done. I’ve been away up in the Mallee again to visit my mother, but, as always, I managed to get out to take photos while I was there. It is such a different landscape […]