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 Photography


It’s more difficult than it looks!

Requirements: raspberry cordial, a straw, a clever and supportive husband.


Another image created for the photography course I’m doing.

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Icons of Melbourne #2

We happened to be wandering around the city just after sunrise this morning.

Not that we could tell the sun had risen; it was one of those squidgy kind of sunrises where the day doesn’t get any brighter in a hurry.

There were no sunbeams to bounce off the Eureka Tower, no glints of sunshine to lighten the mood … but there was also no breeze to touch the surface of the river.

All was calm.

This is my interpretation of today’s theme of ‘the river’. Tim’s interpretation is here.

The Yarra River