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Winter on Mentone Beach, Melbourne
Polly Woodside was launched in 1885 in Belfast, Ireland. The owner was William Woodside, a Belfast ship owner, the ship was named after his wife who was affectionately known as ” Polly”. Between 1885 and 1904 the ship made 17 … Continue reading
Corinella – settled in 1826, was the birthplace of Victoria. – A town in Victoria’s Gippsland region, a large rural district, which begins on the Bass Highway then continues round the coast line from Queens Ferry road. The Coastal views … Continue reading
Out and about with fellow photographers Caroline Gorka and Jim Worrell. A shoot that included Grantville, Tenby Point and Corinella. Most of these shots were achieved using a ND 400 for most of the time and occasionally using an ND8 … Continue reading
About an hour and a half from Melbourne, Flinders is located on the Mornington Peninsula, looking out over Western Port Bay. It offers a rugged coastline of cliffs and ocean beaches which look out on to Bass Strait. Some excellent … Continue reading
Street photography is one of my favorite genres here are some of my favorites that have been taken over the last two or three years.