With what is going on I’m still not comfortable going out so I thought for Monochrome Madness today we could spend one post looking back at an older one. Though let’s be honest, I’m sure there will be more like this.
Clifton Springs is a place that has these pylons from a pier and they are always good so it seemed like a good choice for Monochrome Madness.
Today is a quick post and I am just going to show you the terminal building that you can find on Princes Pier as you make your way to the end.
The other morning I went to Princes Pier, revisiting it again and I thought it might be a good topic for Silent Sunday.
This is going to be quick today, I have a couple of pics that I have worked on this week. I thought it would be good to show you as well.
Monochrome Wednesday and this week I thought we could have a look at a shed that I photographed at Hastings last year. It seemed like a good idea to get back to my Australian images.
On Thursday I went to Warneet with my friend Chris to be there at low tide and I thought it would make a good place for Weekend Wanderings. We tried it once before, but the tide was in. It is so much different when there is very low water.
Some trips are done where we spend all day out, and others are done quickly so get something specific. Today’s Weekend Wanderings post is about going to Point Lonsdale to capture a sunset, but also to do a time-lapse. The conditions seemed perfect for both. There were wonderful clouds in the sky.
Yesterday morning was a very early rise so I could be in Mentone before sunrise. There is an old pier there that so many people photograph to do long exposures and I had never captured it. It seemed like a good subject for my last outing with the Tamron 24-70mm G2 before it went back […]
Here is one of the long exposures I took of a pier that was across the road from where we were staying in Port Arthur.