Saturday, 5 July 2008

Travels with my wide angles

It's not the best of times for other things, but I am with a plethora of wide angle lenses on different cameras - the first time I can say that I have such luxury. Today was a sunny, winter's day. Not a day to be gloomy or depressed. So off in the car, driving, to see what we can see. I stopped at Sienna Falls, a hole-in-the-ground rejuvenation of an old clay quarry (used for Boral Brick materials).

The road really is that steep, it's not just the 7-14mm ZD lens showing off.

Then, we went off to Box Hill to have some Vietnamese beef noodles in soup (tendons) and broken rice. I paused briefly at the top and shot down into Carrington Road

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