Posted in Flowers, Photography


I’m a long way from the cold and greyness of Melbourne … but this flower reminds me that there is sometimes warmth there.


Posted in Nature, Photography


This image speaks of mystery: the rocks close in, the sky darkens, the figure leans in, searching the light.

There is story here: what is he searching for? What is left that he could find? What questions plague him, all these years later?

He searches, then turns and simply walks away.

This was no picnic!
This was no picnic!
Posted in Nature, Photography


I generally don’t take landscape images, but when there’s a lake and it’s sunset and the water is still and the reflections are sharp, I figured … why not?


Posted in Nature, Photography


I generally don’t take landscape images, but last weekend I had a hankering to capture flowing water using a filter to slow down the shutter speed, and hence slow down the water.

Here is my first attempt.


Posted in Melbourne

Icons of Melbourne #16

To finish the Melbourne icon series we have decided to focus on what is perhaps the most iconic mode of transport in the city: the tram.

Over time, the trams have changed, but here’s one of the older types.

One of the old style trams
One of the old style trams

Here are two other photos … one more abstract than the other.

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Tim’s image of the new-look Melbourne tram is here.