Cowra to Bathurst, NSW

As always, the tranquility of the Japanese Gardens in Cowra makes the trip worthwhile.
Above: As always, the tranquility of the Japanese Gardens in Cowra makes the trip worthwhile – another photograph with Velvia 50 film (Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8).
Another photograph of these lovely gardens, Canon 5D Mk 2 with 85 mm f1.8
Above and below. Two more photographs of the lovely Japanese Gardens, designed by Ken Nakajima, in Cowra NSW. These were taken with a Canon 5D Mk 2 with 85 mm f1.8.

Japanese_Gardens-1Very dry in the wine growing region near Cowra. The contrast between working vineyards and fields cleared of vines is evident. Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8 and Velvia 100 film. Shot a little late in the day but I still like the effect of the Velvia 100. Above: Very dry in the wine growing region near Cowra. The contrast between working vineyards and fields cleared of vines is evident. Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8 and Velvia 100 film. Shot a little late in the day but I still like the effect of the Velvia 100.

Busy ducks, Japanese GardensAbove: Busy ducks, Japanese Gardens, Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8, Velvia 50 film.

Cowra to Bathurst, NSW

Above: Carcoar Railway Station. The building is beautifully restored and painted, but the line is not operational. Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8 lens, Velvia 100 film.