Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier is visible from Seattle most of the time, or at least when the weather cooperates. Here it is at sunset, seen from the top of the Space Needle.

(Sony a65, ISO 250, f/5.6, 300mm [450mm eq], 1/500s)

Photo from May of 2015.

Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park is a public park in upper (north) Manhattan, by the Hudson River. In late spring, it is a very colourful place with flowers of many types – as this Persian onion (also known as Dutch garlic, scientific name Allium hollandicum).

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/1.4, 85mm [127mm eq], 1/3200s)

Photo from June of 2017.


One of the local residents at Parramatta Park.

(Sony a65, ISO 400, f/6.3, 210mm [315mm eq], 1/400s)

Photo from September of 2016.

Prior Park

Prior Park and its landscape garden sit just outside the city centre of Bath, England. The Palladian bridge seen here is its most recognisable spot.

(Sony a200, ISO 100, f/6.3, 45mm [67mm eq], 1/80s)

Photo from September of 2011.

Central Park bench

Autumn colours and a rustic bench at the Central Park, in New York.

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/5, 35mm [52mm eq], 1/100s)

Photo from October of 2015.

At the Floriade

More from the Floriade, in Canberra.

(Sony a200, ISO 100, f/13, 70mm [105mm eq], 1/200s

This photo is from October of 2008.


A lovely flower display at the Floriade, in Canberra.

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/13, 60mm [90mm eq], 1/250s

This photo is from Semptember of 2013.

Neist Point

The view from Neist Point, in the isle of Skye, Scotland, looking east soon after sunrise.

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/5, 55mm [82mm eq], HDR composite 1/125s+1/200s+1/320s)

This photo is from November of 2017.

Flinders Island

The view from the trail that goes up Mount Strzelecki, on the southern tip of Flinders Island. The peak in the distance in Mount Chappell Island.

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/6.3, 17mm [25mm eq], 1/200s)

This photo is from May 2016.

Kolgrafarfjörður, again

Almost exactly one year ago, picked one of the photos I took at Kolgrafarfjörður Viewpoint for my weekly post. Now it’s picking another one of them.

Kolgrafarfjörður is a fjord on the northern coast of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, on Iceland’s west coast. It sits just a couple of kilometres to the east of Kirkjufell, the most photographed mountain in Iceland. The whole peninsula is full of amazing targets for photography.

(Sony a65, ISO 100, f/13, 35mm [52mm eq] (cropped), 1/125s)

This photo is from October of 2013.