I got a chance to take part in this year’s Scott Kelby World Wide Photowalk. We walked around Carlton, past the Melbourne Museum and through some alleyways. It was so much fun just walking around with other photographers, seeing the world through different eyes. I am still working on the photos, but here are a few of the first ones.
Lots of old buildings with interesting designs on the doors
Fabulous trees with the most interesting branches against the sky (ok, I cheated and turned the grey sky blue for a bit of an abstract)
Fabulous colours everywhere. I seem to get attracted to the blues most of all.
I haven’t walked around the back of Melbourne Museum before. The park is gorgeous, especially with all the fallen leaves everywhere.
The skies turned dark and gloomy every now and then, but that works when you take pictures of the sky! (ps this is a colour picture. I didn’t make it black and white. The sky made everything grey for a while)
Here and there were a few colourful roses in gardens. Spring is not too far away any more.
The abstract shapes the museum forms, make a fascinating contrast to all the nature and historical images around.
More soon, time to put my little one down for her nap.