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Photographing-Public-Art

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In June this year, I made  the 200-kilometre drive

to Warrnambool to visit my 89-year-old Auntie…

…who was briefly being cared for

at the Warrnambool Base Hospital.

While there I discovered this courtyard

and these artworks.

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PPAChallenge:…Week-62

Geelong Cement Works Art

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I decided to stick to Aussie favourites for his week’s challenge.

Griffin Gully Pier with the sky colours reflected in the water.

Again reflections and colours.

The pier, above, is just to the left.

 

 

The sun is just a picture as it endeavours to remain in bed. 

Reminds me of our boys when they were teens and

I wanted half an hour’s assistance on a Saturday morning.

It always took an hour to get them out.

Point Lonsdale Lighthouse

Sundown at Point Lonsdale Lighthouse

from the end of the Pier.

The first time I ever tried smoothing the water.

The 12 Apostles on a 44 Degree Celsius day

 

I love the colours of the sand, foam and aqua water.

It is obviously being enjoyed by this beach goer.

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beautiful

pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically.

beaches

a pebbly or sandy shore, especially by the sea
between high- and low-water marks.

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This week I decided to post my whale nursery images

captured at Warrnambool’s

Southern Right Whale Nursery

at Logans Beach.

It was only 2-3 years ago that I first visited

Warrnambool’s Logans Beach.

A 200 kilometres (one way) drive.

At first, I was a little sceptical that whales would be on display.

Particularly after the drone pilot told me

they were nearly a kilometre out to sea.

Soon after a cow and calf were sighted…

around half a kilometre away…

 

…heading towards the viewing platform.

 

Logans Beach Warrnambool

I held my breath in the hope that they…


…would be within a decent range.

While I was using a 50-500 mm Sigma Zoom lens…

 

…with some cropping…

…I was more than pleased with the results

from my first whale watching images

from Warrnambool.

This image was taken using the 50mm end of my zoom

simply to show how close to the sand the whales came.

I am sure better images were available to

those with only a 50 mm lens.

 

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Proudfoot’s Boathouse

on the

Hopkins River,

Warrnambool.

Hopkins Falls

on the

Hopkins River,

Warrnambool

 

The Hopkins River

flows into

Bass Strait

at

Warrnambool

 

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