The photo that pretty well started my love for photography. This is Lake Louise in Canada. This photo was taken around 10pm and even though it looks like I have the place to myself, there were hundreds of people behind me. I was amazed at what the camera was able to capture and wanted to start taking more photos.
This is an image 10 months in the making. The last time I visited the Wirrabra Silo Art in South Australia’s mid north, the Milky Way core was not in the right place. I knew it would be in August though but the weather has not been kind here recently. The recent cloudy conditions had me fearing that I will have to wait another year. Yesterday though the skies were clear and after work I took off for the 250km trip. Upon arrival, I was greeted by some of the clearest skies I have seen with the Milky Way clearly visible to the naked eye. I took the first shot and nearly peed my pants at what came up on the screen. I took barely 10 shots that night, packed up and drove home satisfied that I had captured the image in my vision. Aug 24 2019
And then the sun came out. Australia’s latest Silo Art is in Karoonda in the South Australia’s mallee land, a 2 hour drive from Adelaide. Renown street artist @heesco was commissioned to paint this stunning image. Aug 11 2019
Visit to the Adelaide Zoo – Brolga
What do you do when visiting Melbourne? Take photos from your balcony of course.
This link will take you to his Instagram page.
Enjoy the scenery