Found this sitting in my draft folder. I know that its in Point Peron as I recognise the silhouettes, but not when it was taken or why we were there. We go here a lot though, so it may have just been a walk and the sky was a lovely colour.
There is a place, near where I live, which has sunsets that are as beautiful as they are frequent. Those that burn through the sky in summer are always the loveliest, the most striking and breath-taking. So much so that people will come here from far away just to see the sunset.
This was another photograph taken back in March, when I went rambling around the Perth CBD at night with my trusty husband in tow. I was meandering down St George’s Tce when I glanced up and saw this. It was a rather pleasant reminder to keep your eyes open and absorb everything that you see, because you never know when you’ll come across an interesting angle.
This is another photo taken during my photowalk in March 2015. It was down the opposite end of Murray St Arcade, in a small alleyway that I hadn’t noticed before.
I loved the graffiti on the walls (hard to see in this photo, and the others didn’t turn out so well) and the blue light on the fire escape.
Back in March 2015 I decided that I wanted to give street photography a go, so with my trusty camera and body guard (in other words I made hubby tag along) I set out one night into the CBD for a photowalk.
I done a little research beforehand, though I wanted to try and learn from mistakes so I kept my reading to a minimum. I took on board a few recommendations and decided to stick to those for the duration. I was more interested in the results I’d get than how well the photos would turn out, though I am pleased with the results!
This particular photo was taken near the Perth Underground, and was one of the first things that I saw as we came up into the city. I was fascinated by the lights, since you can’t really appreciate it during the day when the lights aren’t as bright and the area crammed full of people.
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