Sunday, September 2, 2012

Australia Adventures #13 - Grand Finale - Panoramics!

One of the things I learned about in Scotland was panoramic shots.  This type of photography has become my new favorite thing.  Seriously.  I wish I could panoramic ALL THINGS!  Now I just need to figure out correct dimensions and have these printed.  Talk about awesome gifts!

The new photography thing I did in Australia was a .gif.  After taking over 100 pictures of the rainbow building.. I had to come up with a good way to show everyone the awesomeness that was the rainbow building!

The cranes at Fremantle Port.

On the wrong side of the tracks.

Getting back to the right side of the tracks.

The view from the bridge that crossed the tracks.

The pier at the Western Australia Maritime Museum/HMAS Ovens.

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

Perth from Kings Park

The view walking up the stairs to go into HMAS Ovens.

The kitchen in HMAS Ovens.
Proof than all things are better in panoramics!

Sydney Harbor Bridge at night.

Sydney city line at night.

Sydney at night.

Sydney Harbor Bridge in the morning.

Sydney from Circular Quay in the morning.

In black and white.

Sydney Harbor Bridge at sunrise.

Sydney Harbor Bridge at sunrise.

Sydney Opera House in the morning.

Sydney Opera House in the morning with a ferry coming into the quay.

Sydney at sunrise.

Sydney Opera House at sunrise.

Circular Quay at sunrise.

The edge of The Rocks area in Sydney.

Did you make it this far?  Through almost TWENTY Australia posts?  Over the span of 2 months??
If you did, you should get a cookie.. and maybe some therapy.. or get out some.  I probably need all 3 after taking all these photos, editing all these photos, and posting all these blogs.

Thank you for enduring, what I'm sure was quite painful (sometimes), updates about my trip to Australia and Scotland.  The blog became so photo heavy that I had to actually buy some extra storage space from Google so Teh Blog could hold all the photos from my trips.  Now I've got so much extra space, I feel obligated to take even more photos!!!  Which of course, makes me feel obligated to take more trips!  Teheh.  That's a very convenient catch right there.

Overall, I'm very glad to have been able to experience Australia.  It was one of those things that I would have liked to do in my life, but wasn't a 100% I have to do this before I die type thing.

Last thing, promise.
If you have made it this far in all these posts (and are still reading now), I'm interested in your opinion of the photo recaps posts I've been doing (because I'm sure there will be more).

Do you feel like the posts were too photo heavy?
**you may select multiple options!  :)  Isn't this a fun test!

Please answer in the comments.

A) Yes, you put way too many photos in one post.  I just scrolled through them to say I looked at them.  The first 5 or so were really good though!  Less photos, more posts!

B)  No, if you had posted less photos, you'd still be recapping and we'd never hear about anything other than Australia.  Move on already, your trip was soooo 3 months ago!!

C)  It's your blog, do what you wawnt...  Even though I use a government computer and had to take 10 minutes to load all the photos, I'm a very devoted Gentle Reader.

D)  I only scroll to the end to see if you posted something interesting after you finished blabbin'.

E)  I just want to leave you a comment and let you know that you are awesome no matter what.

Want to catch up on the Australia Adventures???
1st day off in Australia (summary)
2nd day off in Australia (summary)
San Francisco (photos)
Perth Zoo a, b, c (photos)
The Indian Ocean and downtown Perth at night (photos)
Caversham Wildlife Park a, b, c (photos)
Fremantle Prison (photos)
walking around Fremantle (the city) (photos)
Perth from King's Park (photos)
HMAS Ovens (submarine) (photos)
Sydney at night (photos and a story)
Sydney in the morning (photos and a story)
Australia Panoramics (photos)


  1. Panoramic pictures are awesome. I love that feature on my camera :)

    1. My new point and shoot has the panoramic option (and so does my phone), but my DSLR doesn't, so I just shot a whole bunch of consecutive photos and stitched them together in photoshop. Makes it feel like a real masterpiece when I have to put them together in photoshop, lol.


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