Tag Archives: Brighton

Weekly Photo Challenge – One Perfect Day

Today Was a Good Day is the theme for this week’s challenge. We’ve been asked to post a series of photos using an app called Mesh to describe an ideal day. I’ve not used Mesh before and started with the built in captions, but found they covered most of the photo so decided to describe my day […]

Discovering Angus O’Callaghan

Imagine being ‘discovered’ when you’re almost 90 years old. Melbourne photographer Angus O’Callaghan knows just what that feels like. In 1968 Angus bought two Yashicaflex cameras for $45 each – one to take colour photographs and one for black and white. He left his teaching job and spent the next three years photographing life on […]

Sunset over the bay

Most Wednesday evenings I go sailing on Port Phillip Bay. You can read more about my sailing experiences here in a previous post. Each week I get to enjoy some pretty stunning views from the boat and then later from the Brighton Yacht Club where we gather for a drink and chat. As the days get shorter […]

Sailing

Every Wednesday evening from October through to March I go sailing. I’m out of work no later than five o’clock and jostling with traffic on Punt Road so that I can be at Royal Brighton Yacht Club ready for Twilight Racing. Once there I take the long walk along the pier where I pass many […]