A week or so back I did a late afternoon round of the garden
and captured these erlicheer jonquils.
Although fill light is lacking,
they are definitely the focal point.
Now to create some focus.
I was focussing on the auger when
I captured this scene recently.
And this is the result after attacking this image
with Photoshop for this challenge.
Considering we are at the opposite end
of the seasonal roundabout,
most of my photos, this week,
are of waterfalls
Because Victoria Falls was mentioned in the challenge,
my first image is of Victoria Falls.
I believe the stream of water in the foreground
is known as Devil’s Kitchen (not certain) and this
is erosion taking place to prepare a new site
for Victoria Falls.
As is visible in this photo there at least
five other sites of the Victoria Falls.
At 90 metres wide it is one of Victoria’s widest falls.
near Jasper, Alberta,
Maligne Gorge Falls
also found in
Jasper National Park,
So, while the northern hemisphere is taking Autumn/Fall images,
these were taken in our garden just before
sunset on Tuesday September 3, 2019.
of Protea family.
Not only are these Snow Drops,
but today Google says they are
Giant Snow Drops.
A memory from the farm.
Not sure if these a ex-farm flowers or
purchases made since moving.
However, I first saw the Winter Rose
after I said ‘I do!’
A random series of images of Melbourne.
Melbourne skyline from Williamstown Marina.
A laneway busker
Bourke street from Southern Cross Railway Station.
St Kilda Pier
Melbourne by the Yarra River
Bourke Street Mall busker.
Finally, sunrise on Melbourne
from our hot air balloon flight.
…taken in low key
…and hi key camera settings…
And keystone/s to stop
an arch from collapsing.
Love Locks on the Makartsteg bridge…
…over the Salzach River…
Two photos which are both
African Hawk-Eagle soars above me
in Kruger National Park.