The seasons are changing and I’m getting excited to get outside again, so today I went back into my archives for Monochrome Madness for this image from an early morning in the city.
The other morning I went to Princes Pier, revisiting it again and I thought it might be a good topic for Silent Sunday.
While looking for images for Monochrome Wednesday I was reminded of some photos I took earlier this month on a gorgeous morning at Docklands.
For Monochrome Wednesday I thought I would try converting a sunrise taken in the city a week or so back.
This is a question I’ve been asking myself a bit lately, when is enough enough with post processing? How do you know when to stop?
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.
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.
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.
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.
You know one of the main reasons I became a member of the Eureka Skydeck was so I would know when they did their sunrise events. It is fantastic looking over the city at sunrise. They are very early mornings, but so worth it.