As I said previously there would be more from that trip away with the Tamron 18-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD lens.
Today I thought we could look back on a trip I did back in 2019. I went to most of the same places that I went to on this last trip last month, but wow what a difference there is in the photos.
Another quick post today. I’ve been trying to get some stuff done in the garden and use some of the produce. Who knew a zucchini plant would produce so many zucchinis?
This is a quick post and I thought I would share another couple of photos from my trip to the 12 Apostles. I need to get processing on them, so, as I’ve said before, I will be sharing a lot more with you. I hope you don’t mind.
Another year is ending and who knows what the year ahead will bring. It has certainly been a very strange couple of years.
It is an interesting time when you are living through a pandemic and during that time it is also hard to do monochrome madness. This week I thought it would be better to look through and find something from the past.
As Melbourne is shrouded in smoke I thought it would be nice to do a post about remembering stormy skies for Monochrome Madness.
It was back to those honeycomb rocks today for my Monochrome Wednesday images. I really like ocean views in monochrome.
When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road.
Today I’ve been out a lot and so for Silent Sunday, I have a couple of photos of the sun as it sets over the Great Ocean Road.