The fast moving clouds cast a ever changing dye of light and shade on the colourful granite.
The view was worth the hike up the steep bare rock surface.
Wave Rock, Girraween NP
The red gum stood out and caught my eye amongst the geenery.
So far I mainly changed from Auto to Aperture priority whenever I felt adventurous.
P, S and M settings have been still widely unexplored. Nothing better than a hot Sunday afternoon to spend with my feet in the creek and my camera on a tripod… and a shutter priority assignment to explore some new features of my camera. Loved seeing what difference shutter speed made to the result.
ISO 100, 105mm, f/20, 1/15 sec
ISO 100, 105mm, f/10, 1/60 sec
We found this tranquil spot on our recent travels to Tasmania.
Hello Brisbane, you look very pretty from here. Putting quite a show on, aren’t you? With your laser beams shooting into the sky!
One of the highlights during our recent long weekend trip to Hobart was the moment I opened the curtains in our hotel room each morning. Two mornings I was greeted by blue sky and early morning sunshine dabbling the boats in the marina.
Sunny morning in Hobart
The third morning the sky was grey and overcast. I loved the contrast of the blue and red and yellow cars and boats on grey.
Overcast morning in Hobart