ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS

Winter in Black & White


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Methinks I’ve neglected my Black & White blog lately.

I’ve been into Melbourne’s city centre twice in the last few weeks, (shopping), and taken the DSLR and NOT MADE ONE SINGLE PHOTO !

Unthinkable.  But there it is.  Me…….. go to the city…….. and not take a photo anywhere!

I’ve been outdoors on the odd sunny day in the Royal Botanic Gardens, but only taken the occasional photo there.

I am in remission from Photography Addiction.

So it’s back to the archives to find a Wintery Day scene down by the far end of the Ornamental Lake in the Royal Botanic Gardens made on 28th June 2011.  Not much light.  Mostly fog and a shaft of sunlight to light up a patch of murky looking water.

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Spring will be DownUnder in a few weeks, so hopefully, it’ll be photography weather again.

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3 Comments

    • Yes I was blessed Terry.
      It was so dark and foggy up that end of the large lake on that particular day. The enormous trees surrounding that corner left little light in winter.
      They’ve removed a substantial amount of thick undergrowth and even a few of the old trees, (damaged or blown over in winter storms), since this photo was made. Surprising how much light and so many vistas have changed.

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