a Sunday afternoon with the Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens

Written by Gary on November 11th, 2013

Readers of my blog will know how much I love the Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens on my Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera.

Yesterday was a rather chilly Spring day in Melbourne, Australia, and all the more so with my decision to head up to the nearby hills and explore some open private historic gardens at Mt Macedon which were created after the devastating bushfires of Ash Wednesday in 1983.

Here are a few to demonstrate the wonderful European influences from the 19th century:

At Forest Glade:

marble statue

child photographer

stork

child flautist

children reading

feeding the birds

dancers I

dancers II

At Tieve Tara:

girl

kissing

Wisteria

chair

At Duneira:

bluebells

bluebells II

And a trip to Mount Macedon should include:

an Australian rainforest bushwalk such as to the lovely stands of Eucalyptus viminalis at Sanatorium Lake, temperature had dropped to 6degC and it was getting quite dark:

E. viminalis

and check out this very loving tribute of this lady to her lover in the Macedon cemetery:

grave

 

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