With my trusty camera over my shoulder, I decided to take a walk in the bush at the end of my street. I followed the bike track, then turned off on the “Oscar’s Path”, affectionately named by our family after our dearly departed border collie friend that we were priviledged to have for 17 years. Oscar would run ahead of us through the bush and at this junction point would look back as if to say “which way” – we would point left and off he would go running flat out down the steep track to the water’s edge. Today I walked this way and even pointed as I approached the track as if he was still with me (maybe he was). The sun was starting to set as I stepped onto the edge of the lake so I found a spot amongst the dry seaweed and took in the magnificent view. Thoughts overwhelmed me as I realised I was so lucky to live in such a beautiful setting – who would want for anything more!
55-200 mm lens
Auto night landscape