Rough Edge

Rough Edge

Staying Local! It’s unbelievable how diverse the Mornington Peninsula is. There is no shortage of Jetties, and coloured Beach Boxes, as well as some amazing beaches. But in June I spent most of my time walking (slowly) over the rocky coastline of Mount Martha....
Misty Morning

Misty Morning

Freedom! So we are finally seeing some loosening of the restrictions that have kept us home for the past few months. This means I can finally grab my gear and head out to take some fresh material. Back in December I mentioned that I drove out to Fernshaw for a...
Strange Times

Strange Times

Flinders Street Station could quite easily be the barometer for the social mood of this great city of ours. And during these tough times, it is eerily quiet. I have never seen this city landmark as quiet as it was last week. One can only hope that the nation and the...
Getting High

Getting High

I have been told on many occasions to go out and photograph Victoria’s high country. And that is exactly what I did last month. I took a trip to the Black Spur in Fernshaw, this was a bit of a scouting mission for a photo idea I have. I am hoping to share this...
Old School Ride

Old School Ride

W-class trams were introduced to Melbourne almost 100 years ago, in 1923. The unmistakable green and gold cars, that you will hear from a mile away scream Melbourne-Town, and are one of my oldest memories from when I first moved here from Europe. These days you can...
Jetty Cafe

Jetty Cafe

I’m late! No excuses, I simply didn’t get out and take any photos in May.  This iconic Melbourne building is actually a cafe at the end of St Kilda Pier.I took this image earlier this year, although with the ominous clouds overhead, it could’ve been...