Flinders Beach Photos from January 23rd 2010

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In January 2010 I was down on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne, Victoria. On the 23rd we checked out Flinders Beach, the water down there is amazingly clear and I got some really cool photos, especially in and around rock pools.

I didn’t do much in the way of experimenting with these, just used settings that I knew would work.

Check them out below, note that this post is fairly image intensive.

The Old Flinders Beach Railway
The Old Flinders Beach Railway

If I had the opportunity to reshoot this one I would do it a bit differently, probably from closer to the railway line so you can actually make out the tracks and so on. I liked it at the time, but it really is a bit bland and boring.

Mooring at the Jetty
Mooring at the Jetty

I am really happy with this one, it could be a bit more to the left perhaps, but that’s about it really.

Black-Browed Albatross On A Lamp Post
Black Browed Albatross
Albatross on a Lamp Post
Orange Pilot
Orange Pilot
Take Off
Take Off
Rock Pool Snail
Sea Snail Rock Pool
Mimic the Rocks
Mimicing the Rocks
Hiding in the Rocks
Subtle Crab
Subtle Crab
The River
Side by Side
The Beach
Out to Sea
The Kite

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