Werribee Mansion 14th April 2013

I spent a lovely afternoon with the Melbourne Walk and Shoot Group yesterday at Werribee Mansion. My what a lovely place, and so big!

I took my time throughout the Sculpture Garden mainly. I just loved the different shapes and textures. Was a great place to try different perspectives and composition.

Here are some of my favourites, I hope you enjoy…

DSC02549I liked the building from this perspective, it looks strong!

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You just want to climb up and see what’s waiting!

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This was an intriguing sculpture. I believe it was meant to be a plane crash. I took this from the inside… I loved how the light hit all the different angles.

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This sculpture was interesting, many couldn’t decide if it was male or female, what do you think?

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These two are of a sculpture made from plastic pipes. I loved the pattern the pipes made, especially when taken from different perspectives.

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The textures of this stood out for me… not certain exactly what it is!

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This tree is amazing! Look at the grooves in the bark!

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This totem sculpture had so many possibilities to photograph. I caught a few!

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A simple gate, so peaceful!

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Experimenting with depth of field. I think I’m getting pretty good at this!

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Pretty red flowers, what more can I say!

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DSC02621I thought this was sweet. It looks like this was carved many years ago, and yet still remains in the tree. I wonder if DK and BL are still together?

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I love how tall and straight these trees are!

Hope you enjoyed! Till next time, cheers!

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