I love a watching the way water dances in a creek as it flows over rocks and dams. Sorry everyone hope you can handle the boredom, maybe I'll find something else to focus on soon.
I've really enjoyed that last week, spending time in the local river waters with my husband - he fly fishes and I photograph. Sometimes Nathan is the centre of my focus and sometimes it's the river it's self.
Got to say I love walking around the remnant volcanic rocks of the Don Headlands near Devonport Tasmania, I went for a n explore around the corner yesterday, now I just have to wait for the tides are right to go back when there
is some early morning directional light to really bring up the textures in the surfaces.
I was stuck at home today waiting for a tradesman to come and fix a hot water problem. After exhausting my house work quota for the day, I took a few Christmas card photos, playing with my little soft box and put together a pretty calendar of flower photos. All just slightly more stimulating than sitting around twiddling my thumbs or veging out watching a DVD.
The Don River Railway is a fun and interesting aspect to Devonports attractions, especially if you like a bit of history anything mechanical and especially Trains.
The trains run several times a day and are driven and manned by volunteers.
Unfortunately it is harder and harder to get the volunteers needed to help out, so if you're in Northwest tasmania and ever wanted to drive a train, think about volunteering. There's plenty of other jobs too.
Earlier this week I had my first trip on the little train line, hope it won't
It's an absolutely beautiful day here in Railton, so camera in hand I went for a walk to appreciate all the day and our town had on offer.
Beautiful gardens spilling on to the streets
I've been studying and even working fairly constantly over the last week, after a long session on the books this morning I needed a breath or fresh air and a change of view.
I dug the macro lens out of the bag and wandered around the garden, it's a warm humid afternoon - very warm for Tassie, the daisies are out, the blossoms are just fading, the grass is lush and there is wild mint growing in the creek.
The cat agreed that it was a nice afternoon for a wander and followed me around the whole circuit.
Summer and the season of christmas events is here, event photography is quite fun and laid back when you don't have to caption every image for the client.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born