Panasonic Lumix DMC GX7 with 14-140mm lens.
The landscape around Coleraine, in the south-west of Victoria, is some of my best-loved. There is something about the rolling hills, the clumps of trees (remnants, perhaps, of earlier land clearing), the introduced pasture grass, phalaris, that feels so strangely good to me.
Panasonic Lumix GX7, edited with Vignette and Snapseed apps.
It’s quite a wondrous thing, to be living in a region which had been under the spell of drought for most of the past couple of decades, but which is much refreshed after a good year. I stopped at the edge of this lake, east of the Grampians, to photograph the black swan bobbing peacefully along.