Love the aquarium shot Rein, the colours in that are great and not easy to get shooting through such thick glass reminds me I need to go there again. The Rosellas are very friendly especially when food is involved. The juveniles have that mottled green look until they get the beautiful crimson and blue colours.
What were your highlights for locations?
Where do I begin, coz there are so many highlights
, but the first one has to be the Helicopter ride to visit the Twelve Aposltes, then the Great Ocean Road, Pelican/sting ray feeding, the Fur Seal colony off the Phillip Island Coast, Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, Dandenong Ranges, Cherry picking and, Mornington Peninsula, Starwberry picking farms, the wine tasting sessions at the Wineries
... there are s many more ... I'll keep posting images as and when I edit them from each day of our visit.
Three disappointment me:FIRST:
Not getting on the Melbourne Star observation wheel ... my bro-in-law told me that it was closed due to safety concerns and I like a fool did not bother to check the internet and took his word. Melbournre city has beautiful architecture but the views are ruined by electric wires all over the place obstructing the magnificent architecture (editing them in PP is a major pain, coz there are far too many of them), so I really wanted to get on the Melbourne Star to get some images f the city without all the distracting wires and stuff ... well that did nt happen because of my laziness in not checking the Melburne Star website. SECOND:
Sealife Aquarium in Melbourne ... it is very small with very limited species and lots of repetitions.THIRD:
Not being able to taste good Australian stake