Jacaranda Trees line the streets of Grafton, NSW


Saturday, June 16, 2018

BRISBANE AT NIGHT

Oh dear it is a month since I have posted here. I've been busy making photo books for the grandsons. I make them a year book every birthday and their birthdays have just passed so I've been sorting a years photos of them. As well as that I've been trying to keep up with all the activities in the village and prepare lessons for a photography class. Excuses! Excuses!

The other night a friend took us into town to practice night photography. The Story Bridge was purple to bring attention to elder abuse, something that shouldn't happen in modern societies but shamefully it does.
Brisbane CBD from Kangaroo Point cliffs.

From a ferry terminal.




 A tree in lights in the park under the bridge

Under the bridge

22 comments:

  1. Hi Diane, what a great idea to turn your photos into books for your grandsons. I couldn't think of a more perfect gift for them, something to treasure even more as each year goes by. Your nighttime shots are fantastic! So sharp and clear. You are a great ambassador for your part of the world. The tourist board ought to be banging down your door ;)

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  2. Gorgeous night shots Diane! I like your gift idea too.

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  3. The city building photo from the ferry terminal is superb. The distant city shot is good too.

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  4. Lovely photos. I do like Brisbane, wsh we had spent more time there, one day was not enough. Never likely to happen now though. Keep well, tother Diane

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  5. You managed well in the dark, I find it always difficult to make night photos.

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  6. We could all use some photo tips from you Diane on night time shots as these images were quite spectacular! The photo books whike time consuming are such wonderful keepsake memories and am sure you enjiyed this project.

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  7. Hello, your night shots are beautiful. Well done, I do not think you need lessons. Your photos are always beautiful. Enjoy your day!

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  8. beautiful purple and my favorite is number two. so beautiful

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  9. Amaaaaaazing night shots Diane, Brisbane looks gorgeous in her night lights. So many things going on in the world today that really shouln't be!

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  10. Excellent photos. The city looks beautiful at night. And yes, I too am finding that retirement is as busy as working was - but in a much more pleasurable way.

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  11. We don't get out much at night. Apparently it's pretty beautiful! Gorgeous photos, Diane.

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  12. They are lovely photos, you are doing very well..
    Not a great deal to take at night here, just a few lights but nothing that's great..

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  13. It looks really beautiful ! Since I don't get Blog or Wordpress comments in my emails anymore it's a mess, to follow up ! What do you do ? Have you another solution They say they are busy to fix it ! That's now a month !!

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  14. A great night trip and beautiful photos Diane.
    Very sad about elder abuse though...
    I also want to do photo books for our trips but haven't had the time yet...

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  15. Awesome set of pictures..... I struggle getting good 'night' shots --but yours are incredible.... Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  16. wow your night photography is absolutely magical I have tried it but found it quite hard

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