I don’t think I have images of anything particularly
hot or cold.
So, I decided to post images where the effect
of heat on cold liquid is apparent.
All images taken on June 5, 2020.
No photoshop wizardry here.
I don’t have those skills.
Editing strictly limited to:
sharpening if required,
lighting for effect
and BW conversion.
Taken from an elevated position, but not an aerial shot.
Great Barrier Reef…
Stay safe. 🙂
Hope you enjoyed.
My entry this week consists of several photos
which I think fit the theme.
Griffin Gully sunrise.
An enhanced morning image for a room
with similar tones.
Sunrise near Griffin Gully.
I displayed this image in a local
arts show a few years ago.
Probably my favourite for 2020.
Only editing would be sharpening, lighting.
The steam is Mother Nature at her best.
It appears that young Maggie did not care about comfort
the day she licked up discarded cooking wine.
MGW thought Maggie was ill…until
she smelled Maggie’s breath. 🙂
About ten days after autumn rain
grass seeds begin to pop through
seeking warm sunshine.
Perhaps the rope is not as tangled
as it could be…
..so I added some rectangles of
which there are plenty.
I was wishing some of the tourists had stayed away
the day we visited Rome’s
It seems a life time ago since I was able
to jump like this without any concern
for the damage it was doing to my knees.
Mainly reflected shadows…
….and all from…
…City of Geelong.
A lone image from the shores of
Ballarat’s, Lake Wendouree.
Mostly under African sun today.
Soon to be a setting sun over Namibia…
…and Botswana’s Chobe River.
Waiting on Chobe River for
sundown over Namibia.
Nearing sundown in
Greater Kruger National Park
Under Geelong Winter Sun.
A manger where the boat is
and dry land of course, and
the scene could be 2,000 years old.