Dalyesford, Victoria June, 2007
Shot early in the morning in the front garden of our B&B on the way into today. The juvenile leaves of this baby blue gum still retain the morning's dew. A textured background has been added to extenuate that of the young leaves.
Drawn from a collection of nearly 2,500 color slides made between the early 1950's and the late 1970's by a family in the Melbourne suburb of Beaumaurice. They capture an amazing array of scenes from Melbourne and regional Victoria during this period, as well as country New South Wales
Faux - artificial or imitation. This month we take a couple of images and through the magic of Photoshop produce something entirely different.
Te Wai Pounamu
This month's featured gallery showcases a collection of images made on New Zealand's South Island, taking in a amazing array of landscapes
Cape Paterson, such a rugged and beautiful place