One Last Photo from second Valley, This is under the small walkover bridge before you get to the main Jetty, The tide comes rushing in here so you have to time it just right. This Photo was taken on my small Canon G7X
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Walking around Port Adelaide (14KM from the Main Adelaide CBD) you will find lots of disused Jetty’s and Buildings. They Make for some interesting Photography. To read more about port Adelaide check Wikipedia here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Adelaide
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A drive to Second Valley about 1 Hour and 20min from Adelaide this was taken at F10
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Second Valley is a coastal town on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia
Fifteen Years ago my wife and I where married in this Church. So we are back and it is just as beautiful as we remember, This time i was lucky enough to be able to Photograph it. The Church over looks Lake Tekapo in the South Island of New Zealand.
Church of the Good Shepherd
Situated on the shores of Lake Tekapo is the Church of the Good Shepherd, which, in 1935, was the first church built in the Mackenzie Basin. The church at Burkes Pass, St Patrick’s built in 1872 was the first church built by pioneers as a joint community effort, by Anglicans Presbyterian and Catholic settlers. Also a joint venture between Presbyterians and Anglicans, St Columba in Fairlie was built in 1879. The church at Lake Tekapo was designed by Christchurch architect R.S.D. Harman, based on sketches by a local artist, Esther Hope. The church is arguably one of the most photographed in New Zealand, and features an altar window that frames stunning views of the lake and mountains.
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My First Published Photograph.
I entered Shoot the Cover competition for our Local City Magazine. Though I did not win, I was so happy that I was one of the runner ups and my photograph still featured in the magazine. Check out this link to see the winner http://messenger.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx.
My Photograph is the Photograph of the FootBridge lower right hand corner.