I’ve been meaning to get up to Katoomba to take another shot of the Three Sisters for a while. I did a sunset panorama up there a few years back and have wanted to have another go. So, up bright and early this morning and tried sunrise this time. The sky was just as boring but the valley full of mist was a big improvement.
I took part in the Kelby worldwide photowalk on Saturday – pretty much just an excuse to walk around taking photos with a bunch of other camera nuts. 🙂
There were several walks around Sydney, but rather than take more photos of the Harbour I decided to join the walk out at Camden. I grabbed this panorama from the back of one of the local markets.
I’ve been hurting my brain this week trying to think of a spot for a landscape photo for TAFE. We needed something that showed a large depth of field (so everything is in focus over a long range of distance), plus it had to be something representing NSW without being too clichéd (so no Harbour Bridge, etc.).
I was up early this morning to get some nice sunrise shots around Parramatta river, but the sunrise wasn’t anything special so I decided to try somewhere else. I headed for the Blue Mountains and ended up following a sign toward a Nepean river lookout. The sign didn’t mention the 5km of dirt road or the steep, muddy bushwalk involved in getting to the lookout, but the view was worth the effort. I got some photos for the TAFE assessment and then grabbed some more for a stitched panorama, which is this week’s photo.
The complete lack of any safety railing wasn’t mentioned either. 😐