The Last Post......

....well, for a while, at least!
This set comes from an early Saturday morning visit out around Addington and the wind farm. I knew the moon would still be almost full and with no clouds I knew it would add a nice element into the sky. I had to stop when I saw that lone cow silhouetted against the dam and then the next 2 show the wind towers before the sun had risen, and just after the sun had come up to bathe the landscape. Working my way back to Ballarat I made another couple of stops for the long view across to Lake Learmonth and then for the alpaca family.
Now, about the last post.....
Sunday morning we are heading south initially to Flinders Island from where we will be catching a boat north up to Erith Island (look that up on google...its pretty remote!). We will have around 2 weeks on this part of the trip before heading down to northern Tasmania for 6 nights touring the north part of the island. This was the original plan until I found out on Thursday that I've been offered a spot in the "Tarkine in Motion" Easter artists workshops as part of the Bob Brown Foundation's work on bringing more awareness to the Tarkine in north west Tassie. I'll be able to get some pretty remote access into this part of Tassie that's really hard to get to, so its going to be an exciting month coming up. I may not get a chance to post too much, especially in the first 2 keep an eye out for some exciting images and stories coming up!


More Colour

It's amazing how often we get great colour at Lake Wendouree and Friday morning was another example. This set was captured on the north side of the lake at Durham Point where the boat sheds there always offer a nice focal point to the images. 
And just for good measure I've added in a back and white image...which just might be my favourite!


Up At The Lake

On Thursday I made a couple of trips to Lake Wendouree. Around 6.30pm there were a few yachts out and with some very intense sun I was able to capture the first image here. By exposing for the brightness it has made the background appear really dark, giving a very strong graphical feel to the image. I love that small cloud, too!
An hour or so later I managed to catch the sunset and then the almost full moonrise....quite a combination for the day!


Snow Time

It's been a while since my last post. We had a fantastic snow event last Saturday here around Mt Roland and Sheffield and of course I wa...