Safety Beach 3936

Safety Beach 3936

Freedom! It’s been a long wait, but we have had some of our freedoms restored in Melbourne. One of the most painful limits that we’ve had to endure over the last few months was the 5km, and then 15km travel restrictions. It’s funny how something so simple,...
Jagged Little Coast

Jagged Little Coast

The coarse back beaches It’s not all soft sand and beach huts on the Mornington Peninsula. During the summer months I prefer to spend my time on the Port Phillip Bay side of the peninsula, but in the winter, the back beaches really set the mood. The coast here...
Parting Ways

Parting Ways

Above the Penn. With the colder weather upon us, the colour has changed on the Mornington Peninsula. The colour of the sand and water have more blue tones as opposed to gold tones. The glare is also reduced on most days as the sun gets diffused by the clouds. I...
Catch me if you can.

Catch me if you can.

I went down to Balnarring beach a couple of weeks ago to try and capture some coastal sunrise shots. While I was there I noticed some activity at the far end of the beach. What I saw was like something out of a movie, these majestic animals moving up and down the...
Soft and Creamy

Soft and Creamy

Soft and Creamy With restrictions easing, I will soon be able to explore a wider area along the Mornington Peninsula. But for this month’s wallpaper, I was able to capture another shot within 5kms from home. I took this image a few minutes after sunrise, but...
Sunset Silhouette

Sunset Silhouette

Not too many words this month, just a couple of images I took while out for my daily walk. The first image was taken as the sun was going down, the weather was still quite warm, and the sun gave off a nice glow through the trees. Moonrise Silhouette The second image...