of our Rocky Mountaineer journey.
All these cuttings showed various layer of rock.
One of my favourite scenes.
Curved seating at Manly, a Sydney suburb.
A curve in the track allowed us to capture images
of the front…
and rear of the Rocky Mountaineer
during our journey back to Vancouver.
Geelong’s Eastern Beach.
A great idea for the end of the year
and particularly one in which I thought
I had not been out (with camera) very much…
January began with a nice sunrise which
reflected on our sprinkler.
…one of my favourite photos for the year.
an engagement party for our eldest and his bride to be.
for sunrises and…
Late in March I joined liked minded people
to exhibit some of our work.
In my case photos.
A few day later in early April we celebrated
our 31st Wedding Anniversary
with a First Class (our own private cabin)
dinner on the Q-Train.
Trips for sunrises and sets…
Also due in part to the fact that
we were thinking of our trip to Canada in June.
falling snow for the first time.
A week later we were enjoying our Gold Leaf carriage
on the Rocky Mountaineer as it
carried us back to Vancouver.
to Alaskan waters and enjoyed our first pre-booked excursion.
A dog sled ride on the Mendenhall Glacier.
Margerie Glacier calving, several times,
was well worth the visit.
Home in July for a rare colourful sunrise.
By late August canola crops were beginning to flower.
in New Zealand had commenced.
Hobbiton movie set was another of our must sees prior to leaving.
Early in October we added
another daughter-in-law to our family.
Spring rains came and went leaving us fairly dry
at the beginning of December..
Happy New Year to all.
…wetland near Geelong.
One of my favourites from our
Rocky Mountaineer adventure this year.
Always thought this was a nice photo also.
Our second morning in Botswana in 2014.
Closer to home again.
sharing with a friend.
capturing a scene…
that I always enjoy viewing and which made
an early rise worthwhile.
I had hoped upon retirement that I may have been able
to sell a few photos to pay for equipment.
Pretty much what I used to do back in the 1980s
There are too many people who think photography is luck…
and to some extent it is.
Right place, right time, right settings.