Never one to be put off by a bit of wind and cold weather, we decided to take bunny for a walk at the park, freezing cold, blowing a gale and the best bit of all – hardly anyone was there, just a few hardcore dog walkers
Its very interesting to look at the winning entries over the last 100 years and very ironic that the winner this year was a portrait of a 100 year old dude who won the same prize backin 1985, pretty cool.
I’m not much on the abstract portraits for which there has been several in recent years, but I did enjoy the few ultra realistic portraits this year and also a cool one of a guy sleeping and the sea behind him.
Probably go without kids if possible you will see more
Never too cold for Little Bay What a trio of troopers these kids are… blowing a gale, 20 ft waves and still keen to collect some shells and climb some rocks
No insta fans out in theirbikinis this weekend, just a few hardcore locals enjoying the serenity Pretty intense waves this weekend, I have never seen waves that big at entrance of little bay.
Gerry’s top tip for Sunday evening? make sure you get the shells out of the pockets before washing the clothes shell washed undies anyone
I got a bunch of images from this walk and have gone thru alot of them – which is a bit unusual for me, typically i run out of time and forget and hence alot sit on the harddrive waiting for somelove.
Not this time tho, I have taken a few of the better ones and dumped them into this gallery
I do like to present individual images, or a small number, i think slowing down and valuing individual images is important in this day of image saturation and overload. Being presented with just a single image or a couple means you really engage with them rather than swiping right continually.
Anyhows, I threw all that theory out the window and have just dumped them here some are duplicates from previous posts
They are also in order or the walk as you travel from Charlottes Pass anticlockwise around the Main range track.
Moon Dance FN
Mont Adventure Equipment
Both held up well to the wind, sleet and rain – even considering the somewhat sloping ground and inconveniently placed rocks