Christmas in Melbourne, Australia.

Hi Friends, This week I went for a little stroll after work to see the Christmas decorations in Melbourne’s CBD. I finished work at 8pm which is perfect for photography – during sunset, just before nightfall. This blog post is following my walk from my workplace to the CBD and is photography orientated, showing you […]

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Skylines of Melbourne & Leaving Melbourne (Life Update).

Hi Friends, We have been getting some pretty dramatic sunsets lately in Melbourne which I normally admire on the way home from my late shifts. Recently, I was literally screaming as I drove home because I couldn’t believe my eyes – the sunset was a hot pink and it lasted for ages and of course, […]

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Redwood Forest, Warburton.

Hi Friends, Continuing on from my early morning my day trip to Warburton, where I first stopped at La La Falls, the next stop was the Redwood Forest. Now, I have seen plenty of pictures of this forest full of Californian Redwood trees. If I am totally honest,¬† I haven’t found many pictures that do […]

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La La Falls, Warburton.

Hi Friends, Last¬†week I pulled myself out of bed for some early morning adventures in the Yarra Valley. My first stop was La La Falls in Warburton. It was a very peaceful, quiet time wandering alone through the forest to get to the falls. There was nothing but me and a variety of species of […]

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Spring in Victoria, Australia (not what you might expect…).

Hi Friends, I spotted this beautiful plant in the middle of a small field in Warburton, of course, I walked over. It was buzzing with loads of bees and also had a number of colourful butterflies, all enjoying the nectar. This was easily one of the most beautiful Rhododendrons I have ever come across, with […]

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Churchill Island, Victoria.

Hi Friends, While visiting Phillip Island, I stopped by Churchill Island – which is connected to Phillip Island by a bridge. I was quite intrigued to find about this island as I frequently came to Phillip Island for many years as a youngster and never knew another island existed nearby. If you are an animal […]

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The Nobbies, Phillip Island.

Hi Everyone, On my last day in Phillip Island, I visited The Nobbies which was called Seal Rocks back when I was a kid – not sure why they changed the name, Seal Rocks sounds better to me. This is a wonderful place to do a very easy, short walk around the coast and the […]

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