Perth City from the Bell Tower
Every time I drive through the Quindanning area I see something else to photograph.
Found this old truck whilst out and about in the country near Wickepin today. Processed using HDR technique.
Whilst driving home from Narrogin this week I located this shearing shed. The farmer tells me it was built over 100 years ago and all the original timbers were split by hand. Photographed with natural light and processed using HDR.
After the launch of the Pilbara Project 2010 at the Form Gallery, we headed off to a Cafe and on our return I took a few street images with the iPhone using available street lighting.
Mid afternoon after Rebekah’s Birthday Party we were greeted with this storm which lasted about 10 minutes. With winds close to 100 km/hr it left a trail of damage in the town and surrounding areas.
This was a quick snap with the iPhone when we took Rebekah to Annie’s Cafe for breakfast on her 5th Birthday. This would be the last birthday she celebrates in Narrogin before we move to Meadow Springs.
Often as a Volunteer Ambulance Officers we get to transport patients from the Narrogin hospital to the Narrogin Airfield for transfer to Perth by the RFDS fixed wing aircraft. Critical patients are more likely to be transferred by the helicopter direct from the helipad at the hospital to the helipad at a Perth hospital. This can potentially reduce the transfer time for the patient by an hour or more.
Last Saturday we went to Mandurah to pick up the keys for the rental house at Meadow Springs. On the way home we passed this abandoned house from the Pioneering days. I challenged myself to give it an artistic makeover in the processing to add to the character of the era.
This photo is the start of Project 52 for 2011. The aim is to select one photo taken during each week. I start off the year with an image from our visit to Smith’s Beach during our holiday at Busselton. Earlier in the day we visited The Candy Cow, Margaret River, Grace Town and the Chocolate Factory.