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Sometimes when you feel like you’re in an inspiration slump, all it takes is a short drive from home and a challenge to shoot the first thing you see.
On this occasion, I told myself to shoot the first animals I found when going for a drive. Of course the bug on the windscreen didn’t count, so I was very happy when I drove past an area close to home known as Youngs Crossing and found this Ibis (correct me if I’m wrong as that’s just a guess).
Not too far from this location was my second shot, which featured a couple of horses walking along the side of a small dam. I was quite surprised with the results for both of these shots, as at the time of taking them, I was less than pleased with my efforts. Sometimes inspiration slumps are just excuses we use for not shooting enough or not getting the results we expected when the shutter clicked.
The small town of Dayboro was heavily affected by the floods last month, leaving significant damage to the waterways surrounding the township.
Just over a month has passed and the waterways are slowly recovering to their original beauty. I went for a drive last week to have a look at some of the crossings, including Lees Crossing which crosses (obviously) the North Pine River a short drive from the town centre.
Nature is slowly recovering….
Spent the morning scouting a few locations out at Dayboro, about 45klm north-west of Brisbane. Came across a wreck of a car thanks to a tip off from the local Constabulary (thanks Troy).
My original plan was to head up to the waterfalls in Mt Mee National Park, but the roads inside the park are still closed from the rainfall that resulted in the flooding last month. Will definitely plan another trip out this way once the roads open up.
Our good friends Ben and Rosie were married at a vineyard at Oceanview, near Dayboro. Naturally we were asked to photographed the wedding, which we were thrilled to do.