After spending the night in Albany, Australia last night, we spent our Sunday driving along the southern coast of Western Australia. To sum up the day: We climbed a few things of various heights. So, for my 30-day project posting, I will just show you the various things we ended up climbing. We started out […]
One of the more random things I have done since arriving in Australia was Saturday night. I was invited by a friend in Albany, Australia to go to a “Bush Dance” in Mt. Barker, about 4 hours south of Perth. I guess the best way to describe a bush dance is a combination between a […]
I had a 30-minute bus ride and was a little bored. I tried to see what I could capture through the front bus window shooting from the hip. This was the best one I got.
I was bored while Chelsea was shopping, so I found it a good time to try and make a picture for today’s 30-Day Project posting…
Today was my last day in Laverton for the week… flying back to Perth tomorrow for a bit. It has been a good week, I met lots of people, and I am looking forward to returning here in a week and a half to continue my project (and hopefully actually getting a start on the […]
Although I met with a lot of people today, I didn’t take a lot of photos. As I was walking around town this evening, I passed by this old building around sunset. It advertises Laverton as the “Gateway to Alice Springs.”
Since my goal in Laverton this week is to meet as many people as possible and get to know the town and its surroundings, I just had to wander over to the Laverton Golf Course when I saw it on Google Maps the other day.
One of the great things about being in the Australian Outback is the view of the night sky. There are very few places I have been in the world where I was able to see the full Milky Way from horizon to horizon. With so little light pollution, the views of the stars are uninterrupted.
I have decided that I haven’t been taking enough pictures since I arrived in Australia. Maybe I can blame it on the stress of finding an apartment, perhaps blame it on the fact that there were too many errands to run. But really, there isn’t an excuse for it. So, I am going to start a 30-day project in which I set out to make at least one picture a day for the next 30 days
Well, Chelsea and I finally made it to Australia this past Thursday.