Sometimes I use my camera purely for entertainment on a long trip. Recently I had a play with Art Filters on my Olympus other than my beloved “grainy black and white”, and discovered the colourfully graphic joy of “Key Line”. I thought it particularly suited night time – what do you think?
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: beautiful colours on a eucalypt, made clear with rain; a marvellously textured puffball toadstool rising from a nest of leaves on the ground; tiny lichens decorate a limb; minuscule toadstool growing out of a eucalypt trunk.
Wannon Falls is situated about 15km west of Hamilton, practically beside the Glenelg Highway in south-west Victoria. Driving towards Hamilton yesterday I had the impulse to take a look, and after decent rains the flow was looking very healthy.