For some time Tony has been interested in photography but recently this interest has grown and, with the purchase of a new mirror-less camera and his participation in a photography course at a TAFE College, his photos are really going up a notch or two.
He has been experimenting with low light photography so his outings have been largely just on dusk.
Recently he drove down to Cleveland Point late in the afternoon to take some sunset photos.
When he arrived he found that he was not the only one with this idea !!
The resulting photos are lovely.
You can see why the spot is so popular with photographers.
I really love the colours in this one
On another expedition he set off for Southbank in the heart of Brisbane
travelling into the city on our beloved CityCat ferry.
Southbank Parkland occupies the former site of World Expo 88 which was held in Brisbane in 1988.
It is a delightful area and greatly loved by the citizens of Brisbane who make great use of its cafes, picnic areas, free BBQs and playgrounds.
One of the major attractions is the free public "beach" - a huge free swimming area with a sandy bottom and beach
Just the place to cool off on a hot Summer night.
Finally I'll finish with this photo taken just on nightfall while we were recently in Hervey Bay
He is showing considerable talent don't you think ?