It’s a boy thing.
Its shiny, red, has wide tyres and plenty of wild horses hiding in the back to make it go brooom broooms.
Enjoy a little glimpse at what is considered by many, the last of the untamed supercars….Ferrari’s spectacular F40.
A great man once said, “life is a lot of luck”.
My father is right.
Love, light and luck came together for this awesome shoot at Launceston’s Amali Jules.
The girls were spectacular to work with and had no trouble making me look good.
Towed gently from my latent moorings by the nurturing goodwill of the universe, I arrived this afternoon high on a hill above Whirlpool Reach, on the majestic Tamar River in Northern Tasmania.
Greeted warmly by two great friends with binoculars glued firmly to their faces, I assumed they were perusing activities of the nearby site of the now informally redundant, yet still proposed behemoth, the Longreach pulp mill.
Surprise was mine to relish at the sight of two whales casually moving through the steady flow of water that passes daily under the Batman Bridge.
Perhaps these awesome creatures were here as a symbolic gesture to bid final farewell to what was to be one of the largest forest digesters on planet earth?
Perhaps a sense of relief washed over them rather than the billions of litres of effluent that was to be dumped into Bass Strait?
Here they were for me, blissfully for around half an hour…….so here you too can appreciate these superb mammals.
Out of town, gone for a walk to a place I’d dreamed of and found……quiet amid giant white gums….bless the universe.
When I made it back to the car, I grabbed my kit and shot these close by…..
A quick trip just out of town led me past some interesting camera fodder.
Only a few shots, but never miss a chance to shoot what may not be there tomorrow