This is the scene at Wee Jasper this fine Sunday morning. This has been a super duper packed and fun weekend, so I had no energy left to write anything more here, nor do anything at all anywhere. Be back tomorrow with some renewed energy.
It’s very windy and pollen-full today in Canberra. I wasn’t sure how much of it I accidentally inhaled during my morning run. Almost like light snow these things were everywhere, floating and flying around in the air. The ground looked messy white, covered with pollen. I feel for those who has allergies or asthma, this can’t be good for them. Here’s a look of the fluff that landed on the ground.
My laptop has been giving me grieve the whole day there was no way I could access my library or download anything from my camera today. Luckily there are some images in my camera roll that I can use for today’s post. Here are some of the colorful graffiti that I spied with my little eyes during my walk around the alleyways of Melbourne. Photos were taken using an iPhone
Coming back from a short visit to Melbourne left me tired and somewhat rejuvenated. I heard that to get to know and ‘explore’ Melbourne you have to do it on foot. Do the laneways. Walk some more. Eat, drink coffee, stop for some sweets, eat, and walk some more. And just absorb it all up. And that was exactly what I did. As soon as I arrived I went straight to pick up a lens that I hired for the […]
Categories: going places, Learning Photography, Nikon D90, Places & Destinations, Project 365 - 2012 • Tags: 24-70mm, city live, dream lens, Melbourne, Project 365 - 2012, spring, tram, visit Melbourne
Flipin’ this way and that, moving up and down, the flags would have been flown away had they not securely tightened to the poles. The flags were totally under the mercy of the wind. The wind blew so hard, so dynamically, it directed everywhere forcing the flags into unwanted folds and mini ballooning effects. Can you pick your country’s flag amongst the array of colours? Nikon D90 | AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G | ISO100 | f/9 | 1/200 |
The wind blew freezing air in the last winter morning in Canberra. Nothing around me could stand still, everything was under the mercy of the wind, moving this way and that. The flags were flapping wildly, as well as the leaves and those new popping flower buds on some trees, even my hat decided to leave my head during my run. It was craaaazy. This bald tree, however, was one of the few things that stood still in this part […]
In a windless morning like today the lake was really like a giant mirror. It reflected everything in front of it (or was it on top?) in perfect symmetry. I love water reflection image (maybe) largely because I love symmetrical things. My eyes were drawn to everything symmetrical around the lake today and boy, they were everywhere. Here are the two of many images I captured this glorious morning.
Categories: Learning Photography, Nature, Nikon D90, Places & Destinations, Project 365 - 2012 • Tags: bald trees, Canberra, Lake Burley-Griffin, Project 365 - 2012, reflection image, symmetry, trees, water reflection
A wonderful fun we had at Lanyon Homestead today. Taken a lot of photos I have indeed. I will not bore you with more words, here are some of the photos I enjoyed taking today. The Drawing Room (The photo has been taken before we were told no photography allowed inside the homestead. Oops!) A very tiny girl? Or very tall trees? Couldn’t say no a beautiful bald tree, could I? Even the spiders made a very impressive web there. […]
I’m not going to post a photo that I took today for today’s post. This one I took two weeks ago in Sydney and I’ve been ‘working on it’ for a couple of hours for my (long overdue) homework that it feels like I took this one just today, and it deserved to be shared today considering the time we spent together. My homework this time was all about colours. Understanding the colours, how they work and how they affect […]