I'm not going to write too mu ch about these, I'm hoping the pictures will speak for themselves, and I am partly using this blog as a way of displaying some of my photos that maybe don't fit easily into a particularly category or are a bit experimental. Also, many of them, particularly the HDR panoramas I've put together here, just look better on a website than social media, in my humble opinion. For those who don't know, HDR ( high dynamic range) mode is where your camera takes multiple photos at different exposures and merges them together to get the best exposure. So when I create these HDR panoramas what I'm essentially doing is taking three rapid shots from a whole lot of slightly different positions and then stitching them together, and thereby creating a picture with both depth and width ( ideally).
The weather has been pretty great recently with both nice light and still conditions lending themselves to some nice panoramic shots.
This one here is of the Kangaroo Bluff fort and battery, which was constructed in the early 1800s to guard against the danger of Russian ships apparently.
Overview of Ross, in Tasmania's Midlands.