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davidgray Photography
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Photographer, crafter of the world around me.
Photographer, crafter of the world around me.

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Here's a shot from this year's White Night. Within the National Gallery of Victoria there was a room awash with bright colours, foam blocks stuck on walls and shapes everywhere. It really made for some interesting abstract shots!
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The Top of the Rock was one of my favourite stops during our trip to New York. Great views on a not-too-cold night. As we were heading upstairs to get into the elevator, I looked down and saw this scene below me.
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A quick edit of a shot I took while visiting the in-laws in Ohio.

One morning I got up and decided to go for a drive around the local area. There are hundreds of these wind turbines all around, and I managed to find a strip of them that lined up rather nicely in the fog and snow. I had three or four people stop and ask me if I needed any help, thinking I was stuck on the side of the road, which was nice.

I managed to snap a few good shots before diving back into the car and cranking the heat up, as it was about -10°C at that point.
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A little abstract sumfin' sumfin' from our trip to New York. I believe this was at the MoMA on one of the upper floors.

I've still got a bunch of shots I haven't published yet. Some of them need a little tweak before they turn out alright, but I'll get there eventually!
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Yesterday we went to the Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens up in the Dandenong Ranges. It's always a lovely drive up there, but it's especially beautiful around autumn, as the roads are lined with explosions of reds, yellows and oranges amongst the already lush greenery.

While we were at the gardens I noticed this couple walking through the park. When they stopped to admire the lake below, I managed to snap this shot.

I'll have more to post from yesterday, once I manage to get some settings right for dealing with the beautifully bright yellows I captured.
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We only had a week in New York, and I wish it were longer because we spent so much time doing all the tourist-y things that I didn't have much time to just wander around with my camera.

This shot was taken down by the 9/11 memorial and with a bit of Lightroom's perspective correction, came out quite well.
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Wednesday night we did a ghost tour of Mayday Hills Asylum. It certainly was an adventure, and I got some interesting shots, with this being one of them.

I went without a tripod because it would have been too much trouble to set up each time, but next time I'll take my second camera and the tripod and do some timelapses around the place.

(I kinda wanna play Penumbra: Black Plague again..)
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Here's a shot from the Empire State, showing Madison Square Garden up to the Hudson River. The Empire State observation deck was MUCH windier than the Rockefeller due to there only being large metal criss-cross grills to keep out the elements, unlike the Rock's perspex or glass windows. This worked out well because it let me poke my camera out further, allowing me to get better shots without having to watch for reflections or trying to hold my camera steady between two window panes.
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Here's another shot from New York. We took the C train downtown to 9/11 memorial and as we were heading out from the station, we saw the exterior of The Oculus, the main station house for the World Trade Center station that connects the New Jersey PATH trains with the New York trains. The pattern was too intriguing not to stop.
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Yesterday I took my first ever helicopter ride. The weather was perfect and the views were amazing!

I should try and get in the air more often..
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