Tag Archives: long exposure

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Queenslands Gold Coast

After four days and nights up in the Hinterlands of Mt Tamborine we finally arrived back in the hustle and bustle of the city.  We had booked an apartment in Surfers Paradise between the sea […]

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Springbrook National Park – Day 5

Murphys Law was running true to form as we’d had four days of misty, cloudy mornings up at O’Reillys.. and the day we left to head to the Natural Bridge it was blue skies and […]

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Waterfalls of NSW

If you have read my previous waterfall posts Waterfalls of Victoria and Waterfalls of Queensland, you have probably  figured out I’m kinda partial to waterfalls 🙂 On a recent trip to the Blue Mountains I […]

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Waterfalls of Queensland

Waterfalls are one of my favourite subjects… as it gives me scope to practice one of my favourite techniques – Long Exposure with ND filters.  Part 1 is Waterfalls of Victoria Ellinjaa Falls Ellinjaa is […]

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Waterfalls of Victoria

Alongside the decaying abandoned locations my second, (equal) great photographic love is waterfalls.  I will drive miles to see one, and when going on a trip I research and hunt for any waterfalls along our […]

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Rambling The Outback – Day 5 Mungo to Swan Hill

After a very comfortable nights sleep in the big king sized beds at Mungo Lodge I was up around 5.30 and out the door just after six… along with Lisa and Amy we jumped in […]

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Rambling The Outback – Day 4 – MUNGO!

Day four of our outback travels had arrived… For me… this was the highlight of the trip.. remote, isolated, heritage listed and with a landscape unlike anything I had seen before.  Mungo National Park.  Aboriginal […]

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Rambling Outback NSW – Day 2, Mildura to Broken Hill

Mildura Tuesday morning, as pre-arranged the night before, everyone was up in the dark, out the door by 6am and heading down to the Mildura Wharf for sunrise.  The river was still and quiet, save […]

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Princes Pier, Port Melbourne

Princes Pier in Port Melbourne is a heritage listed structure, adjacent to Station Pier.  It was originally named New Railway Pier, due to the railway lines down the centre, connecting it to the Port Melbourne […]

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Warburton Jam

Being a card-carrying introvert (not same as shy or reclusive)  I do not make friends quickly or easily, and need my space and quiet times.  I have often joked you could hold my wake in […]

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Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography or slow shutter photography is using long shutter speeds to capture stationary, static objects while blurring out the moving elements. Most commonly used for night photography, stars and moving water, it is […]

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Redwood Forest, Warburton

Back in 1930 the then Board of Works decided to create a Redwood Forest at  Warburton.  This one predates the Otways Redwood Forest by about nine years. They cleared some eucylpt trees and planted in […]

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