The last couple of weeks have been characterised by frosty mornings, drifting fog and beautiful sunny days with low sun slanting through the mist, the smoke from wood fires and silhouetted trees. Autumn is my favourite time of year - both here and in the UK. Everywhere I look I want to to take photos. Mostly, unfortunately, the urge comes when driving to work with the sun low on the eastern horizon and the mist coiling around the hills. I've resorted recently to holding the camera out of the car window and shooting randomly in what I hope is the right direction! Sometimes it's paid off. Here are a few photos from the last fortnight - not all from the car!
|The photos above are of our house and land|
|These 3 photos are early morning Crabtree views|
|Various early morning and twilight scenes taken whilst driving|
to and from the Huon Valley and Hobart
|Hobart Town Hall - where I work (Bronte's in an art deco building on an opposite corner)|