In late October a multitude of sculptures appeared along the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk – put there as part of the Sculpture by the Sea event. Members of the Night Photography – Astrophotography Enthusiast Meetup group decided to take photos of the sculptures on early morning – below are some of my photos.
It’s been over 2 months since we’ve moved to Sydney and I’ve been kept busy with adapting to the new surroundings. I haven’t had much time to explore Sydney and its beautiful surroundings but I did manage to participate in a night photography event which took place at Royal National Park. Here are two of my favorite photos.
In late February I had a chance to participate in a collaborative photo shoot organized by Kristy (@FemmePhotoLTD) – thanks Kristy! Several models and a bunch of photographers occupied the Historical Theater in downtown Everett. Location was perfect – old theater, with basement occsteam room with big boiler, piping and knobs (thanks goes to El Randito for arranging the spot). Here are the photos (more will be added soon):
Spring in Seattle can be (and quite often is) very gray and cloudy but once in a while we’re surprised with warm and clear days. On one of those rare days we’ve decided to visit University of Washington’s Quad with its gorgeous cherry trees in full bloom – here are some family photos I took that day.
Fall finally arrived and most leaves turned red and gold. It comes to no surprise we visited Washington Park Arboretum as it’s quite beautiful this time of the year, especially with the great weather and not too many people around. Zoë had fun with the leaves, pine cones and nearby ponds and lakes, while Aidan enjoyed the view from the comfort of his stroller. As usual – few photos from that day ..