Here are photos from winter day walks at the beach, in a few different collages. I’ve been experimenting with collage creation in “Lightroom”, a phone app called “Pic Jointer” and “Wordpress”.
These extensive dolomite caves in southern Tasmania, were discovered one hundred years ago.
The caves are open to the public, although off the beaten track. We joined a tour that lasted forty five minutes and took us through several chambers.
It is a spectacular space, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, columns, curtains.
My photos do not do justice to scale or beauty of these caves.
Something unusual is happening on our East Coast beaches.
As we walked on to the white sand, we noticed hundreds of fish amongst the remnants of seaweed.
Locals advised that these little leatherjacket fish have been carried south by the currents but the water here is too cold for them. Hence this phenomenon on beaches all along the coast.
I have learnt a new word today:
ev·a·nes·cent (adjective) – “Soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing.”
The rapidly changing colours before dawn seem perfect for this word. Here are some Hobart sunrises that I have snapped this month.
These 2 photos are 8 minutes apart.
This is an original photo, no editing. Followed by a “cold tone” edit which I think highlights the actual sun rays.
Here’s to a brand new day, new hopes, new opportunities. Wishing everyone a good day.