A typical summer Saturday morning in most Australian beachside towns. Baby lifesavers ( Nippers ) training with lots of parental help. Woolgoolga NSW beach. Fujifilm XPRO2 & Fujinon 50mm f2 lens.
A nice walk in the wetlands. If you need to find a place to let stress, pressure, craziness of today’s world this is it. 😎
A quiet morning walk. Can not get much more relaxing than this. Fujifilm XPRO2, Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens. Playing with look using Lightroom Mobil & Snapseed.
Testing out my new toy on the XPRO-2. On my afternoon walk I tried out the Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens ( just arrived today ). This image is taken from the Urunga Boardwalk looking inland instead of the usual ocean views. First impression is that it suits my style of shooting and will be staying on the XPRO-2 for a while 💥💥🙏🙏
Surf of a crisp winters day as sun goes down. Urunga NSW AUST.
A different view from the Urunga Boardwalk. Most people take images of the other side ( River and Ocean ).
After the storms, rough seas at Hungry Head Beach 🌊 🏄🏻♀️⛵️
Boat on Kalang River near Urunga. Dusk closing in. Fujifilm XT1 + Fujinon 18mm XF Lens
Skyline, Really into taking images of the Sydney Skyline #sydney #sydneyskyline #skyline #greatcity #blackandwhite #fujifilmxe2 #fujinon1855 #failed_hippy
Woolloomooloo you can not get much closer to the heart of Sydney
A quiet place, hungry head headland lookout ( Urunga ). Hard to find a better place.
Great rest stop at Bendemeer beside the MacDonald River. A great place have a break between Armidale & Tamworth.
Old Ganarin Nursery Dubbo, an old building no longer used.
Edible Garden Church St Bellingen on Winter Music Festival Weekend
Hungry Head picnic area. Great spot near beach. #fujifilm
Fog on my early morning walk. Very peaceful, restful & quiet.
A view I never tire of stoping to look at, beautiful does not do it justice
Going through images taken on last trip to Sydney & came across this one. It seems it is a very good idea to leave your images for a while before looking at them.
Railway Bridge over the Kalange River Urunga. Probably one of the most photographed Railway Bridge in NSW