Diorama - Australian War Memorial.
WW1 brings to mind young men who through honour went to fight for King, country and family, The big adventure.
Many did not come home and for many others they like this digger came to their breaking place.
By washing out the background and pushing the focus on the digger I feel this gives the photo more feeling.
Wings over Illawarra Air Show. 2019. The sweetest plane there was a little red biplane called Lil Warra, she was all chrome and bright red.
Nearing the end of our onboard holiday the sunset shines on the sea as the waves roll and seems to say it's almost over.
One of the ladies in our group of units has this loverly yellow rose growing in her garden bed.
Port Kembla Hotel is a three storey L-shaped corner hotel building with readily apparent features of the Victorian Boom architectural style. The hotel was built c. 1913-1917 in rendered masonry with skillion corrugated iron roof obscured behind the parapet.
Thay love to strip the pods of this tree beside our unit, they arrive in a great cloud of noise each afternoon for a free feed.
This fellow had just come in from a fishing trip and was cleaning up on the concrete blocks at the harbour breakwater.
I took this photo of a Yellow Hybiscus whilst on a cruse holiday, it was on the Isle of Pines, the vivid colour took my eye.
Rock pool near the oldest of Wollongong′s ocean pools, one of the oldest ocean baths on the NSW coast, the Nuns pool. Sited south of Pulpit Rock at Flagstaff Point.
Constructed between 1890-1891, the fort was built with a disappearing gun emplacement. The fort was dug-out of the hill using face brick walls and then earth was placed over the tunnels. The fort was intended to supersede a battery of 68 pounders to provide a deterrent to a possible Russian attack upon Wollongong Harbour.
When I took this photo I was wanting to show the pink flowers as being made of meterial or paper.
My wife has two chihuahuas that follow her around all day long, I took this photo when my wife was asleep watching the box with one of her friends on her lap.
Sheltering beside the two lighthouses in Wollongong, the historic convict-built Belmore Basin is currently used as the port for the locally based commercial fishing fleet. This was taken in HDR.
Tony Long is a member of the Dapto Camera Club and a friend, He has the type of face that has to be photographed.