My legendary inability to embrace the concept of brevity has meant some favourite photos don’t see the light of day. Or are lumped together with other photos that dull their impact.
They don’t fit in to my longer blog posts about a destination or theme – and the idea of posting a single shot with virtually no commentary just never occurred to me.
So welcome to my new series where I let the photo speak the 1000 words a picture is generally attributed with all by itself!
Well nearly. This sunset over Lake Lascelles in Hopetoun, Victoria at one of our all time favourite campsites gave me one of those rare moments that photographers crave when several factors converge to produce a perfect moment that’s captured in a shot.
I used another photo of Lake Lascelles HERE but this one didn’t fit the theme – so now I’m giving it the post it deserves!!
* Aussie phonetic pronunciation of ‘Have a good weekend’