2015 has been a busy year of exploration, with several road trips between North Queensland and Victoria. Taking a different route along the Australian East Coast for each road trip, I have enjoyed travelling through the rural areas and outback Australia, adding to my agricultural photography collection during my journey.
Some to the highlights of my 2015 photography year include:-
One of my goals this year was to photograph more canola crops, that are prevalent between Victoria and central New South Wales, and in full flower around September.
Continue reading 2015 – The Year in Review
Mount Coot-tha forest park is located near the centre of Brisbane, Queensland, and containing more than 1,500 hectares of natural bushland is very popular with cyclists, runners and bush walkers.
Many people visit the lookout for a view of the nearby city, but it’s also the location of the television and radio transmitter towers for free-to-air tv stations due to its elevation above the city.
I had been watching these tv transmission towers for a number of weeks, waiting for a clear sky to take some pictures for my technology photography collection.
After 5 weeks of waiting (an unusually long period of time for cloudy skies in Brisbane), I finely got a relatively clear morning, and set off at 4:30 am to catch the towers at sunrise. Heading up the mountain on a Saturday morning, I was surprised by the number of people around enjoying different forms of recreation at the early hour. Cyclists and walkers were everywhere.
My interest however was the television and radio towers on the ridge near the summit.
Channel 2 (ABC) tower
Continue reading Television and Radio Transmission Towers of Mount Coot-tha