Of course, it has to be a Port Phillip Bay sunset. For Jennifer’s Sun
Another year of visiting our caravan down on Port Phillip Bay has come to an end. Summer was not real hot this year; nor Autumn terribly warm. It’s a long drive there and in many ways we are glad that it has come to an end. When we arrive there, however, we just love it. I think Jo and I are good candidates for tiny houses. We would have to back off on all the crap first! My “This to That” just emphasizes the great weather change we see there between February and April.
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All added for Ailsa’s travel theme: trees
For Daily Post Early Bird Challenge – see others here
Many years ago I used to like going fishing for trout at all times and at the same time I would try take some photos. Suffice to say, photography really took over my teenage interest in fishing. The attached photograph was taken long after this, on a moonless night close to 12 AM, on the Kiewa River in North Eastern Victoria. My two friends were hoping to catch some trout, and like all good trout fishermen, were exhibiting extreme levels of patience. This fitted perfectly with long, stopped down time exposures, I thought. I did not allow for how dark this place was; I mean you could hardly see your hand in front of your face. The exposure was a complete guess. Reciprocity failure undid it a bit too.
For some strange reason I like this photo; I think because I can’t really make much out in it. The river reflection in the foreground; the last of the fading last light above; trees and the cigarette glow on the bottom left. I present this for Jennifer’s Eigangrau
For Cee’s fun foto challenge – close ups. See more here
For Sunday Stills: Cups Apologies for the lack of photographic quality here. But it helped me get through Monday.
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