It has been three years since I first visited Port Arthur and for Silent Sunday I thought reposting the original post would be fun. Enjoy your Sunday.
This morning I ran a macro class at Alowyn Gardens and once it was done I took some photos for Weekend Wanderings of the place through the Holga Lens.
Day 11 saw us arriving in Dunedin as we continue our New Zealand Wanderings. The first place we headed was the Chinese Gardens. Then to Larnach Castle to look around and have high tea.
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.
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.
Today I was at Alowyn Gardens to talk about some macro photography classes. While there I spent some time playing around the fisheye lens from Struman Optics on my phone.
Another part of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) are all the display gardens. There are quite a few and it is lovely to look at them and dream about having something like it in your own backyard.
The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show for 2019 starts tomorrow, so I thought it might be nice to look back on some photos from last year.
These are being posted too late, so starting from this week, I’m going to try and do it on Friday. I will have to make sure the podcast is done sooner. For photo challenge 8 we are doing flowers.
A couple of weeks ago I was at Alowyn Gardens taking photos of the flowers before and after the rain. Water drops on flowers are fantastic, they really bring out the colours of the flowers.