Sunday, October 26, 2014

The Fremantle Power Station - In Black And White

Okay okay I can already hear an outcry from all you color lovers out there - but bear with me!
I have made two separate posts for the Fremantle Power Station: One in black and white and one in color. I simply liked both looks(albeit the B/W a little more) and wanted to share both versions with you.
For now, let's just enjoy the sheer might of this abandoned and, as some say, haunted temple of steel, concrete and broken glass in the raw beauty that is black and white...

The Fremantle Power Station - In Color

Righto, here we are with our second edition of the Fremantle Power Station.

The colored version of the images brings justice to all the wall art inside the ruins and also shows a sense of decay that is happening in this building which is empty since 1985 - the year I was born!

Freo Harbor

Well, well, well! I wasn't actually planning to photograph Fremantle last night...
But we finished the Fremantle Power Station Earlier than expected, so I used the extra time to explore the local turf and take a few shots.

A short stunt on the streets of Perth

Yesterday was a really productive day! First of all I ran into the city to do some small shopping and I decided to bring my camera along. With my nifty fifty lens mounted and an hour to spare I rushed through the CBD and took a few shots along the way...

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Jane Brook in the hills of Perth

Last night I felt the urge to go out and do some little exploring so I grabbed my gear(well, most of it!) and hit the road. I knew that John Forrest National Park borders on our suburbs so it should be pretty easy to find a track that leads into the NP...

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Woodbridge House

Sorry I didn't have internet for the last week or so, but here's what I've been up to recently:

This is Woodbridge House in, well, Woodbridge, Western Australia

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Vintage Lilies And Indiana Bridges

Although the Arum Lilies are a real "predator" for the local forests, they certainly make for some fascinating subjects. Currently the forests around Margaret River are packed full with Arum Lilies and walking through these forests makes you feel like you're in a dream...

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Sunday, October 05, 2014

A week in the southwest - Margaret River, Augusta and Dunsborough

A series of images from last week's holiday stunt in the south. We visited some of the beaches in Dunsborough, Augusta and Conto's, went whale watching and had gone for endless strolls through the bush and forests of the region with our friend's dog 'Mia'...