The ABC Building at Southbank, Brisbane. Another “undercover” street photographer session 🙂
These photos were taken from Kanagroo Point Cliffs. The clouds were waiting for me as they usually do 🙂
The HMQS Gayundah rests on the shore of Woody Point, Redcliffe. She has deteriorated significantly since taking this photo. Her bow broke in March 2016 so I’m glad I took this photo when I did. Read about her history here
“We build too many walls and not enough bridges.” Isaac Newton
The beautiful Story Bridge, Brisbane.
A great way to end the work week with a stroll through the city with a few like-minded friends and a camera 🙂
I recently revisited The Old Windmill and took these photos to add to my collection. Sadly as with most old buildings of the past, there is a dark history attached to it.
A leisurely Sunday walk through the beautiful Mt Glorious rainforest, Brisbane.
Last week was the 75th Anniversary of the Story Bridge here in Brisbane. The bridge was lit up for the celebrations and the multi-coloured sequence came on every 30 minutes and lasted for 5 minutes each time. It was difficult to capture the scrolling lights so I hung around for an hour and a half on a cold windy night trying to capture it. That gave me three attempts and unfortunately I wasn’t successful in capturing it because of the scrolling/moving lights. In the end I frantically flicked it over to auto and managed to capture it in the very last photo I took before it stopped again. Disappointing but the ones without the scrolling lights turned out pretty good. After all this is one of my favourite subjects.