I visited the Melbourne Zoo in August, and found so many creatures big and small interesting. The Lemur seemed to be having a good time watching everyone come in, they are quite alert creatures from what I could see.
Sunset from the Housing estate off Pakenham Road, on the 30th September 2016.
In March i visited New Zealand for a combination of work and a holiday. Although the trip was short it was fairly packed with a total travel distance of around 800kms in four days. This map by OpenStreetMaps highlights the journey.
Sunset over lakeside Pakenham on the 30th of December, 2015 with a lovely orange glow :).
Have a look at the Anther of Lilium Spp herbaceous flower under the microscope.
A panorama of the Yarra River after the Big Peninsula Tunnel Diversion.
Truth be told I am actually not a huge spider fan, and I know this blog and my various photo collections would make people think otherwise but I really just take photos of spiders because in certain parts outside they are somewhat in excess. Having said that some of the spiders when you see them…
Have a look at what a crystal of Potassium Permanganate looks like under the microscope.
If ever I had a favorite group of animals, beyond the Meerkats it would be the Orangutan. They are so similar to us in behaviour that it is at times eerie. A trip to the Melbourne Zoo showed me this character who was at home with his blanket, sitting in the centre of the enclosure…
Enjoy the marvel that is St Paul’s Cathedral, in Melbourne, Australia. The Architecture and ornate detail is something that never fails to amaze.
I have always been interested in portrait photography, but never game enough to really ask someone to model for me, how do you think I went with some High-Key self portraits.
Some creatures have incredible stinging apparatus, makes me happier I am not at the end of that!