Secondly, this is blog post number 301, personally this is mind blowing achievement as it goes hand in hand with the “I never expected it to last this long” comment. Here’s to another 300 blog posts.
It took us 3 days to complete the track and in hindsight, we probably should have pushed it another day as the track is not just hard on your body but also on your four wheel drive.
I find it impossible to not look down at train stations as there are so many colors, lines, a variety of people and at various times of the day, shadows creating contrast adding mystery to your image. But just where is the Yellow line? Hope everyone has a great weekend Until next time, happy shooting
As the year comes to a close, I thought I would share my top 5 photos of 2018 and a little of the background around each photo.
Experimenting with a GoPro Hero Black 5 has been loads of fun. Its an impressive little camera and is very easy to set up for time lapse video or as i have done is stuck it to the roof of my4WD to capture a a track being driven through thick bush. This footage was takenContinue reading “A GoPro Time Lapse”
Stopovers with a duration of 3-4 hours are like a photowalk but indoors. There are so many unique opportunities from people watching to the unique archtichecture of the building itself. All that is needed is a keen eye and quick hands on your camera or smartphone to capture that shot.
Lets start the year with something a little bit of fun. I have named this guy The Bubble Man