I’m back from the Mallee for Monochrome Wednesday and I thought it might be good to be looking back at a previous one of Melbourne.
I found myself teaching in the city this morning. It is funny how I thought my days of teaching were over. People seem to keep finding me.
When trying to think about what to do for Monochrome Wednesday I thought it would be nice to see what that tree would like in black and white. I know I’ve shown a lot of photos of the tree, but I really wanted to see what it would be like.
Today I was looking through my images from New Zealand and I found one taken at the Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand. I processed it a while back, but wasn’t happy with it.
There was some debate as to whether I would do Monochrome Wednesday today. Would I have time, but then I found this image of Princes Pier and thought, why not.
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.
This morning seemed like a good time to get up early and try to capture the sunrise here in Heidelberg. It was really nice to get up early morning to go out and take some photos. The sunrise was worth it.
It has been an interesting week and part of it was getting the Tamron 24-70mm G2 lens on loan to test out. There is going to be a review here of it soon, but for now I am getting out as much as possible to take photos to see what it is like. I had […]
One of the main reasons I wanted to come to the east coast of Tasmania was to photograph a tree on a rock, seriously. There is a tree that grows from a rock in Binalong Bay and I’m sure it has been photographed thousands of times, but it didn’t matter, I still wanted to do.
Just one image again. Taken last weekend when the water at Docklands was still and looked like a mirror. The image was processed in Lightroom.