Would love to post more pics but it’s been a hectic last few months! This was taken at my parent’s place in Wallan, north of Victoria. My parents are keen gardeners and these tulips are growing really well. Just the right season for them as well. It was a really relaxing weekend, spending time here […]Read more "Spring in Wallan"
Stopped by the Shrine of Remembrance on the way to St Kilda and still really like this place. It’s close to the Botanical Gardens and the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, and time just flies when you’re here. Again, typical Melbourne weather: started off with quite an overcast, but as the day progressed the clouds cleared […]Read more "The Shrine and St Kilda"
Don’t know how I misplaced it, but I finally found the overflow SD card I had in the D7000 (the camera can take 2 SD cards). I need to take more pictures of the market, and hopefully be able to go again this weekend. Again, the weather wasn’t so great, but loved the contrast in […]Read more "From RMIT University to Flagstaff Gardens"
Just a collection of black and white photos around Melbourne Uni. I’m still fairly new to b&w composition (and again images aren’t well exposed), but would love some tips, so any tips / comments welcomed.Read more "Random black and white"
Pity it was an overcast day, but still managed to get a few shots in with decent lighting around Melbourne Uni. However, most pics were not well exposed, and the shutter speed was bordering tripod territory, so pics came out rather dark. Next purchase: definitely a tripod. And maybe a flash. Only two pics of […]Read more "Melbourne Uni and a glimpse into Chinatown"
More random pictures of scenes around the city, and some pictures around the National Gallery of Victoria.Read more "From the city to the gallery"
Most CBD’s are known to be concrete jungles. But sometimes these structures can be beautiful when mixed with their environment and can be great canvases for street artists and photographersRead more "Melbourne CBD: mix of concrete and nature"