I typed the letter ‘A’ in Picasa’s search and

this is the first image it produced.

A Dead Tree in the

Moorabool Valley near Geelong.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Anything


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Black and White Tuesday


Some sepias…

Wire and fog.


 Dead tree on a foggy morning.


Shade trees in fog.

Eastern Beach car park, Geelong.


Eastern Beach car park, before sunrise.



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A foggy drive and still…

this sign caught my eye.

And just in case you did not catch it….

not often we see a run of zeros at

a petrol/service/gas station.

Since then fuel has jumped to over

$1.50 per litre top price.

The low end of the cycle is around $1.30 per litre.


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Plenty of winter fogs around here.

Not so many summer fogs though.This pier/jetty is where I take many

of my Corio Bay photos.

View not so good that day.

Moorabool/main Street of Geelong.


A June fog blocking the background scenery.

I used Picasa’s boost tool (default setting)

to enhance the image.

The result?  A bland photo turned into

into a more interesting early morning shot.


Weekly Weather: Fog

Weekly Weather



I think lightning looks good in either

colour or black and white.

A very recent foggy morning.

 Lastly my favourite recent photo.

A short sharp downpour provided me

with enough time to grab a camera and

photograph this rain.

This is a photo that looks better after editing

and also looks good in BW.

At least that’s my opinion.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Weather



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Black and White Tuesday


From the ‘random’ box this week.

Maybe a re-post…last Monday’s

foggy start to the day.


Even in BW canola fields look okay.

 Geelong’s Eastern Beach, Yacht Club to the left

and on the horizon are the You Yangs



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One Word Photo Challenge-Landscape






On Monday morning I set off on a six hour drive…and this was all I could see

of the surrounding landscape.


Without warning I drove out of the fog into sunlight

and a sea of canola blooms guided me towards…


 my destination…Halls Gap.

Hall’s Gap is a pretty town situated in

the southern end of Australia’s Great Diving Range.

These two shots from a car park show

Halls Gap township surrounded by mountains.

 This end of the Great Dividing Range is known as

the Grampians.

Hall’s Gap is only about an hours drive

from where I spent most of my life.


 One Word Photo Challenge: Landscape