Articles Tagged 'Dusk'

Highlights of Jenolan Caves

Sunday, 13th July, 2014

In May we headed to Jenolan Caves for a few days as a getaway.  That was almost two months ago, but time has sure flown since then. We drove down to Jenolan on Thursday, and had two cave tours booked for the day. After arriving mid-morning, we soon headed to our tour of the Lucas Cave [ read more ]

A Getaway to Jenolan Caves

Saturday, 24th May, 2014

For the past few days, we have called this magnificent Edwardian hotel - Caves House- home; for we headed to Jenolan Caves, in the Blue Mountains, for a pre-Queen's Birthday long weekend getaway to reconnect with nature and give ourselves a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of daily life in the big smoke [ read more ]

The Changing Face of Sydney

Saturday, 28th December, 2013

I captured this twilight view of Sydney on 18/12/2013, which was the first photography outing for me in over six months. It has been an even longer time since I photographed the Sydney skyline, and the presence of a substantial number of cranes at Barangaroo, which is now a major development site, is testimony to [ read more ]

Re-visiting a Six-Year-Old Brisbane Cityscape

Sunday, 10th November, 2013

On a wet and cold Sunday, I decided to re-visit a six-year old image and process it quite differently. Firstly, here is the result: In this version, the distortion has been corrected, and the contrast is much less aggressive. As a point of comparison, here is the original version: Naturally the perspective correction resulted in [ read more ]

Revisiting Seascapes

Friday, 29th March, 2013

This Easter long weekend has presented both the opportunity and desire to do something I have not done for a while: seascape photography. The last time I shot a dawn or dusk seascape image was last October.  I was not happy with my images from that morning, and never published anything from that shoot.  I [ read more ]