Author Archives: Christine Wilson Photography

About Christine Wilson Photography

Currently working as a nurse in Melbourne and part-time photographer

Better late than Never Ever 2015

Well better late than never thought I’d better post before the end of the year , I am the worlds worst at keeping up with my blog however all photos can bee seen on my main website which is updated … Continue reading

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November 2014

Its been a while since I last posted so I thought I better upload some photos I have been working on recently. these latest 4 shots taken a few months ago in Kirth Kiln Regional Park in Victoria near Gembrook.Taken … Continue reading

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Newport Workshop and R707

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New Zealand 2008/09

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Mentone Beach

Winter on Mentone Beach, Melbourne

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Sanatorium Lake and Macedon Regional Park

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New Zealand

Petone Beach a popular place a the weekends and a great dog walking beach Rimutaka Hill – can be a treacherous drive at times especially in bad weather my drive over was plagued by heavy rain and mist. this hill … Continue reading

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Point Nepean – Fort

Fort Nepean contains a number of fortifications built from the 1880’s through to the World War 1 and World War 2. Displays and audiovisuals are located in different areas around the park and tell the story of how strategic this … Continue reading

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Tooradin

A recent visit to Tooradin  turned up and absolute gem – The Edwina May was owned by Willaim Maxwell Curtain, who was restoring this ship near the Tooradin airport, he could not find any other suitable place to work on … Continue reading

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Quarantine – Point Nepean

The quarantine station at Point Nepean established in the early 1850’s housed  many passengers affected by yellow fever. The  ‘Ticonderga’  left England eighty days before arriving at Point Nepean, with eight hundred and eleven people on board. Because of the … Continue reading

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