Winters in my location can offer a range of conditions, from freezing cold nights with frosts, to mild and sunny weather that has one wishing that every winter would be like this.
June 2013 rewarded us with some fogs, often a welcome change due to the quietening effect of the water droplets in the air and a weather event that provides some otherwise unobtainable opportunities.
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February is one of those months that either has a hangover of motivational absence or a focused drive. I think this month was the former.
This month presented a miss-match of shots, some from a 7am visit to the Toowoomba Railway Station and others from meanderings around town and local parks.
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I had the opportunity to spend an hour at Tallebudgera Creek in the southern part of Queensland’s Gold Coast. More famous for high rise buildings, wide golden beaches and the tourist mayhem of Surfers Paradise, the few kilometres marks a significant difference in pace and mood.
Tallebudgera Creek itself has it origins in the hills of the hinterland and also has a small canal estate before its final wide expanse is squeezed under the Gold Coast Highway for its final sigh into the sea.
My visit was short, limited both by time and approaching inclement weather, which provided the opportunity to capture a different mood to the its usual sunny disposition.
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