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So my last post was all about me photographing the War Memorial, all the shots were on my Nikon and I was spending a lot of time composting and trying to ‘see’ the picture I wanted before I took it.
Today is about Canberra there’s a couple of shots at the War Memorial but only a couple most of today’s photos are quick snaps as we were running around having fun. All from my iPhone’s point of view which is tons of fun.
I hope you enjoy it.
Lake Burley Griffin and the Sail Boats
More Autumn Leaves (I know I’m Obsessed at the minute)
The roof just outside the entrance to the National Portrait Gallery – Love It
The War Memorial, I really love this building
My Lunch – The restaurant at the War Memorial really was amazing fresh battered Flathead, yummy crispy chips great fresh salad I could eat it every day it was so good
The Concrete beams outside the War Memorial Restaurant
Some of the Grounds around the War Memorial
My Toms, not really important but I wore them while we were running around and I Love them.
That’s it have a great day everyone !
This weekend I had to go to Canberra for an appointment, and I decided to take my Mum with me. We visited the National Gallery which was amazing but of which there are no photos because as soon as I thought about touching my camera I was yelled at by the security guard.
So after a morning of fine art Mum and I went to the War Memorial, which was amazing, its hard to describe actually. The building is beautiful and the onsite restaurant Fantastic. The exhibits are really interesting and though provoking is probably the best way to describe it.
I didn’t take to many photos actually inside the exhibits because I didn’t want to disturb anyone but I did manage to grab a couple that I am happy with. It certainly made me happy for my 50mm F1.4 Lens.
The War Memorial, This is Dome over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from outside the Memorial.
Poppies and Rosemary on the Roll of Honour.
Looking up from the entrance of the War Memorial to the Entrance of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
From the Door to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Helmet of a Soldier from World War One
Illustration of Australian Soldier at Gallipoli
A Truck used by Australian Soldiers during World War Two
Can’t have a post of the War Memorial with our including a shot of one of the Australian Flags out the front, I shot for ages trying to get all three to unfurl a the same time, but only the middle one was obliging.
All of the photos were taken on my Nikon D300s with my 50mm F1.4 Lens.