Weekend Wanderings: Autumn Mornings in Banyule Flats
Yesterday morning I took another trip back to Banyule Flats. I have to return the Tamron 150-600mm next week to Maxwell International Australia and I want to get lots of use out of it before it has to go back.
It was a gorgeous morning, the perfect autumn morning. I started at the swamp taking some photos of the birds with the Tamron lens.
I loved this, I think these are Eurasian coots walking on the water, quite funny.
I really like it when the moon is out during the day. It is quite surreal this view of the moon, it almost looks like it is blending into the background.
Once I was done with the birds I put the macro lens on and went for a walk around. As I said the light was just stunning, it was a perfect autumn day.
The walking path, the bike path, the way we all go when we go to the park. Great park to visit, especially on a day like yesterday. I was cold at the beginning but by the time I got back to the car I was feeling very warm.
I’m going to leave you with a gallery now. I did take a lot of photos of the autumn leaves and other macro type images, but I will leave those for Sunday I think. I’m off to Healesville today, back to the sanctuary/zoo and then lunch at a winery. Of course I am planning on taking my camera and a couple of lenses. I hope you have a great Saturday planned, and hopefully some opportunities for some photos.