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Melbourne State library

November 14, 2022 - Apology for infrequent posting here. Work got the best of me plus the unknown fatigue and insomnia destroyed me really....
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"Soft" Theme for November City Daily Photo

October 30, 2022 - To interpret this theme "Soft", it does take a bit of thinking. I am a little Asperger so I will read it as it is litera...
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Alowyn Garden Wisteria Bloom, Melbourne, Australia

October 23, 2022 - This month has been an eventful one this year. Floods and more floods. Suddenly I let for the next 4 months of work beca...
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Bendigo Bloom Festival of Tulips and Light Up in Green Room

October 12, 2022 - It is the full moon. That would be the perfect explanation for an eventual week. First, water bomb floods many roads tha...
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OCTOBER THEME DAY – REST, SLEEP AND RELAXATION "Astrolandscape"

September 30, 2022 - This is the fun event I participate in City Daily Photo feature blog -> City Daily Photo Theme Day For me, what relaxes...
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Princess Pier, Melbourne, Australia

September 21, 2022 - Quite a few weekends in a row in this prime location for Melbourne Photographers. Got a few shots of the pier underside.
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Rustic train station and nearby abandoned buildings in Melbourne, Australia

September 15, 2022 - In continuation of the urban pursuit of the rustic and abandoned, my pal and I explored some western suburbs of Melbourn...
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Dinosaur Skeleton as a composition exercise among the crowd, Melbourne, Australia

September 08, 2022 - Some of the skeletons are on display in Melbourne Museum since I was in the teens. Walking through this general section...
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Tyama Light Magic, Melbourne Museum, Part II

September 05, 2022 - It is funny that sometimes I don't feel like doing anything. No gaming. No photographing. No reading. Then there are tim...
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Tyama Light Magic, Melbourne Museum, Australia Part I

August 29, 2022 - It came to my attention that there was a light show at Melbourne Museum. The place has the light set up for photographer...
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Urban Stroll shooting buildings in South Melbourne

August 18, 2022 - My enthusiasm shooting landscape has died down significantly since 2 months ago. Not sure why. The desire to shoot stre...
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Spencer Street Walk in Melbourne CBD

August 04, 2022 - It has been a busy few weeks. Joel came down with a severe Covid infection. Thus my motivation to navigate the busy Melb...
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Driving through Corop, Goulburn Valley, Australia

July 27, 2022 - Once a month, I drive through Corop to Shepparton for work. Corop is a small town with a population of 37. I am not even...
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Abandoned Paper Mill, Fairfield, Melbourne

July 20, 2022 - Work is becoming busy since the beginning of the winter. As if we were meant to be slaved away in the cold snap of the w...
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Grantville Sunset in Evolution - Volcano sky

July 10, 2022 - Honestly, Grantville was not meant to be the destination. After a disappointing shoot at Tenby Point, this view was not...
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Urban exploration in Travancore, Melbourne

June 30, 2022 - Recently I have seen friends and colleagues taking the international trip either for conferences or personal holidays. I...
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La La waterfalls, Warburton

June 22, 2022 - Thanks to my buddy's extreme enthusiasm on the weekend, we were supposed to head to redwood forest but detoured to do th...
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Lal Lal Waterfall. Ballarat, Australia

June 13, 2022 - Ballarat is usually colder than Bendigo. For some reasons, it is even colder on the day Joel and I visited this waterfal...
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St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne

May 31, 2022 - Weather certainly cooled down a lot. Since Premier Dan has this big build project going on, it is literally impossible t...
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The Dead Are More Alive Than The Living - Bendigo Art Gallery Art

May 19, 2022 - It is something that I do not realise until the pandemic hit out at us. This piece of art installation arrived Bendigo i...
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Autumn from Mount Macedon, Victoria, Australia

May 07, 2022 - Mount Macedon requires an early morning visit to escape the crowd. It really takes an incentive to wake up that early to...
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Broadford Motorcycle Race Complex

May 04, 2022 - I did something different last weekend. It was a unique opportunity to practice panning technique at this motorcycle com...
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Living Desert in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

April 15, 2022 - Among all the contract works in various states of Australia, Broken Hill work is the most challenging. Not only the empl...
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Ballina Estuary Sunset - Coastal beauty in Nothern Rivers New South Wales Australia

April 08, 2022 - Once upon a time I worked various contractual projects in various regional centres in Australia. As soon as I get an opp...
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Elvis came to Bendigo

April 01, 2022 - For 9 years, I call Bendigo home. Frankly speaking, there is not much going on in town most of the time. Apart from usua...
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Moomba Night - a note on 50mm focal length

March 14, 2022 - 50mm focal length is closest to human vision perspective. What we see through this lens is easiest on the eyes as some b...
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HMAS Otama at Mornington Peninsula

February 18, 2022 - Almost everyone in my circle is having therapies like flushing the toilets! The total amount of fees could afford them a...
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Swan Street Bridge Night Reflection

February 16, 2022 - Last year, Joel and I visited this location with no lights at all. Probably the cost was too high on electricity. Thi...
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Milkyway through Inverloch Sea Cave

February 25, 2021 - This is a shot I have dreamed of doing for quite some time. Finally one into my "pocket". It takes a good planning, p...
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A day at Castlemaine Victoria Australia

January 26, 2021 - One of the good things living in Bendigo is easy access to a country town with heritage status - Castlemaine. The gold...
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Mornington Peninsula Coastal Rock Formation, Blairgowrie, Melbourne, Australia

January 13, 2021 - This was a location that I tried out Laowa 12mm f2.8 The glare is controlled very well by the lens. The whole area was...
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Melbourne Skyline Sunset

January 12, 2021 - Melbournians are so keen to get out door. Holiday this year at home state! Therefore I find it so hard to photograph in...
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Lake Tyrrell, Mallee Region, Victoria, Australia

January 02, 2021 - Lake Tyrrell is located in North West Victoria. A well known place for photographers. I travel to this region regularly...
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Sunrise with a farm house in Nyah West, Victoria, Australia

August 25, 2020 - People in this town are tough. Most are farmers from my own impression. The nature of farming include everything from ca...
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Petrified Rain forest, Cape Bridgewater, Victoria, Australia

August 23, 2020 - This area is used to be thought of a result of advancing sand engulfing an ancient forest of coastal trees that once cov...
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London Bridge, Portsea, Australia

August 22, 2020 - London Bridge does not look like a bridge at all. It looks like a large rock sitting by the beach - the "Back Beach" of...
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Water tranquility of Lake Eppalock, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

August 21, 2020 - Lake Eppalock is contructed between 1960 and 1964 to supply water to Bendigo and Heathcote, Victoria. Life line of centr...
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Fog at Murtoa, Victoria, Australia

August 21, 2020 - Murtoa is a wheat town located near Lake Marma on Wimmera Highway. I travel through this town monthly. The fog really ca...
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Sunrise at Nyah West, Victoria, Australia

August 19, 2020 - Nyah is a town in country Victoria. It is 375 km northwest from Melbourne. The town was established when the railway was...
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Nearby Forrest Cave, Phillip Island, Australia

August 19, 2020 - This is the nearby sandy beach area next to Forrest Cave. I particularly enjoy seeing that stark contrast of red rock vs...
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Sunset at Reed's Look out, Grampians National Park, Australia

August 17, 2020 - Reed's look out is just a great location to view sunset. The light can vary so much giving a different vibe each time I...
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Sea Cave, Portsea, Australia

August 16, 2020 - Portsea is a seaside town of metropolitan Melbourne, Australia. 95km soutwest of central business district. Portsea i...
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Sunset at Magic lands, Cape Woolamai Surf Beach, Phillip Island, Australia

August 15, 2020 - I read it from the official website of local government description that Cape Woolamai is part of a tombolo system that...
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Sunset at Cape Woolamai Surf Beach, Phillip Island, Australia

August 14, 2020 - Cape Woolamai is a photographer's haven. It has a beautiful beach with amazing rocks that make up "magic lands". There a...
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Marie Gabrielle shipwreck remains, Wreck Beach, Moonlight Heads, Great Ocean Road

August 13, 2020 - The location was rather a popular photographer's spot for landscape photography. Marie Gabrielle was the French Shipwrec...
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Lake Boort, Victoria, Australia

August 12, 2020 - As I learnt Boort in Victoria has a strong Aboriginal history, many photographs I took started to imbue a different sort...
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Sunset at Lake Boort, Victoria, Australia

August 11, 2020 - After living and working in central Victoria for 8 years, it becomes clear to me that a place like Lake Boort is such a...
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Dragon Head, Rye, Mornington Peninsula

August 11, 2020 - Dragon head is a famous spot when the tide is low at No 16 beach of Mornington Peninsula. The seaweed smell is very str...
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