This is one of my favorite times of year, the dark grey dampness of winter begins to be periodically broken by bursts of glorious sunshine and blue skies...the promise of things to come. At first its sometimes just a splattering but more often than not, false promise....but then you get that day, much like this Sunday just passed, when even the most hardened and cynical of Melbournians cannot help but be almost magically uplifted by reading natures signal that the greyness and southerly winds will soon pass to be replaced by something entirely more pleasant.
I spent most of the Sunday in and around the yard...but come late afternoon I showered up, put my gear in may bag (battery full...check.....SD card in slot....check) and jumped on the train into town, a short and convenient 15 minute ride. Photographs aside, it was such a nice way to spend a couple hours before settling back in for the weekend...having the camera with me was just the bonus.
Hopefully some of these shots manage to convey atleast a little bit of the life that is creeping its way back into my city.
All with the D610, a camera whichh I'm growing to REALLY like....lenses as listed.
(Still enjoying a honeymoon of sorts with the 180mm 2.8ED....I think I'll use it more than anticipated)
Southbank along the Yarra River. by Joe Krizan, on Flickr
Chinese Lanterns. by Joe Krizan, on Flickr
Jeffs Shed. by Joe Krizan, on Flickr
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