I went to Brisbane’s South Bank to check out the Brisbane Wheel at night, and these are some of the images I came away with. In two of them the rotating wheel is reflected in the new ABC Brisbane studios, still under construction.
All of the images required the use of a small aperture (mostly f25 or f29) and shutter speeds between 4 and 20 seconds.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of spending the day at the Brisbane Cricket Ground (the Gabba Stadium) to watch the season final of the annual Sheffield Shield competition, which is the primary national cricket contest played between the country’s 6 … Continue reading →
Yesterday I went with friends Ross and Gaye to the Brisbane Powerhouse to checkout the annual Tibetan Festival. The Festival celebrates Tibetan heritage, founded on the principles of compassion and non-violence, while addressing the issues which continue to threaten the … Continue reading →
This month most of Queensland has felt the effects of the summer monsoon. Beaches along the south east coast have not been exempt. Here’s a gallery of images taken at Peregian on the Sunshine Coast recently as the wild weather … Continue reading →
A lot of rain has fallen over South East Queensland in the last few days. Here in Ashgrove we had 173.5 mm of rain in about 22 hours up to this morning – not good weather for outdoor photography. Even … Continue reading →