Daylight Savings has arrived in beautiful Melbourne, and we are one month into Spring. The sun doesn’t set until 7:30 and it’s getting later every day. That means we have beautiful sunshine for so much longer in the evenings.
Last night, I was able to leave work at 5 (!!) and I was home by 5:30, so at 6pm I took miss Gidget for a walk around the neighbourhood and for once I brought my camera with me.
I don’t usually bring my camera because I find it quite tricky to wrangle dog, poo bags, phone, keys and camera.
Gorgeous soft light abounded. However, I’m a little off my game. Handheld, the light was a little low in places, and with my frozen shoulder, I am not so good at minimising camera shake at the moment – and yes for those of you motherers out there, I have made an appointment to get the shoulder looked at, thank you for mothering me 🙂
Anyway, there are way too many photos for one post, so I will share them with you over the next week or so and I hope that you enjoy them – my less-than-sharp shots of the beautiful flowers of Brunswick East.
Olympus OMD EM5 with 60mm macro (120mm equivalent), handheld, golden hour.