Took about 2 hours to drive from Penneshaw, taking my time again,
A stop at Flinders Chase Information Centre, Just as well, i didn’t realise that there was a fee to enter the National park, I said that to the lady behind the counter, to which she replied “well obviously you were not looking out for signs!”
I said “that’s right I was too busy looking out for Roos!”
I spent about 2 hours here mostly timing in between small bus loads of people visiting, with a wonderful selection of accents.
At one stage I had to organise a group of young girls to get their photos around performing hand stands, really?!!!! apart from the fact that at that age we think we are immortal, really didn’t want to see anyone fall off the edge!!!
Thought it was kind of funny, they thanked me before they left!
Allowing an American tourist who was annoyed at them, I gestured after you, get your shots in first, also a thank you, and man who decided to ignore me, camera set up tripod included, oh well he did say sorry!!! lol
Finally i got my shots, gotta be quick around people coming and going and getting a little creative using rocks to hide a few people who liked where they were standing, oh well, I think we all got our shots in the end, a stroll around, not daring to cross the line and did the right thing.
Would have been amazing at sunset, so if you are brave enough to travel at that time, please be careful. I only saw one Roo cross about 100 metres in front of me although lots of road kill and skid marks on the road.
Feeling blessed about my safe journey to and from, in fact for the 3 days I was cruising around.
Looks like I need to wait for a king tide to get the image I want.
It was hypnotic watching and waiting for the tide that really never came in.
Such is life.
My landmark from Lake Daylesford
The Little Jetty was what i saw at first light and came back for it on my way out back to the car. Super sweet.
The weather was perfect, unfortunately no clouds.
Almost like a mystery to see the size of these paw prints but no roos…
What a beautiful place, the sand dunes at Vigars Well, Mungo
Vigars Well, Mungo
Spectacular!!!! not quite the right time of day but I love the texture in the sand, harsh sunlight bringing out the shadows….
Out nice and early, a big breakfast at Ricketts Point cafe then off for a little wonder around Beaumaris.
Another great location for a portrait shoot at Bacchus Marsh, Victoria
A warm night, a great girl, an awesome location at Melbourne Docklands
Probably one of my funnest gigs to date!!!
Damian Syred, The Ring master.
Rupertswood Mansion holds a special place in the history of Australian cricket, and of Melbourne itself. The stately manor, built in 1874 by Sir William Clarke, played host to the touring English cricket team in 1882.
Grand place to say the least, lucky for me I was allowed to wonder freely and photograph to my heart’s content.
A lovely venue for weddings and special occasions.