As some of you will know I have tried many attempts to photograph the hares I see at work – I find them beautiful but very elusive creatures and have probably hundreds of images of them running away! Yesterday I was a little luckier!….
The sky was spectacular a couple of days ago just before the sunrise. The wind was already picking up causing the ripples on the dam on what turned out to be another really hot day.
The last two days have been very hot – yesterday was 38 C and so early morning is a pleasant time when it is still relatively cool. I took this at sunrise today – the grass seeds lit up by the first rays of the day.
Final couple of images from the Pyalong area for the time being. These images were taken with the sky a deep cobalt blue and a very unforgiving light….beautiful 🙂
Another image from the zoo, this time of a gibbon. I liked the way he was as interested in what I was doing, as I was of him 🙂
Another outing to the Pyalong area in north central Victoria. As I have mentioned in previous posts, I have a deep appreciation of this landscape. This is only the start of summer, but the grasses have already started to dry and its stark beauty has begun – hence taken in harsh afternoon light.
Yesterday was a precursor for the stormy weather that came last night and today. I watched this sky literally churning before me yesterday late morning – it was very dramatic, if not a little unsettling. Processed using a red filter and blue toning, once again to bring out the texture of the clouds.
Another couple of images from the zoo last week. This time in the Butterfly House. The texture of their wings reminds me of tapestry work (for which I would never have the patience)…