• Olympus








    Photo Walk



    Wandandian Creek and Jack Finkernagel Reserve in Sussex Inlet, NSW

    All images were shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV and Olympus M.100–400mm F5.0–6.3 lens + MC-20 2x Teleconverter on 29 December 2023. This was a fun experiment, as it was my first proper photo walk with the teleconverter attached and it was very difficult fast motion in overcast conditions. I could have taken it off for some of the later shots at shorter focal lengths, but decided to leave it attached to see what I could achieve.

    Suspicious Ducks

    • 400mm (without teleconverter), ƒ/6.3, 1/100s, ISO 200
    Three ducks on a lawn

    Wired Galah

    • 400mm (without teleconverter), ƒ/6.3, 1/2000s, ISO 1250
    A galah sits on power lines against an overcast sky.

    Surprised Swan

    • 800mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/13, 1/1000s, ISO 4000
    A black swan floats down a creek.

    Sleepy Corella

    • 800mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/13, 1/1600s, ISO 5000
    A white corella sits on a branch with its eyes closed and head tucked into its left wing.

    Corella Couple

    • 437mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/12.1, 1/2000s, ISO 8000
    A close-up of two corellas looking down at the camera.

    Nutty Corella

    • 710mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/12.8, 1/4000s, ISO 8000
    A close-up of a corella, looking surprised with food in its beak.

    Proud Corella

    • 340mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/11.7, 1/4000s, ISO 8000
    A corella sits perched on a leafless branch, with its head held high.

    Frantic Corella

    • 200mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/10.2, 1/4000s, ISO 8000
    A corella swoops against an overcast sky to land on a high, leafless branch.

    Gliding Pelican

    • 280mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/11.3, 1/1250s, ISO 1000
    A pelican with a massive wingspan glides above the surface of a creek.

    Scritchin' Magpie

    • 800mm (with teleconverter), ƒ/13, 1/400s, ISO 2500
    A close-up of the side of a mapgie as it scratches its neck.
    Sunday December 31, 2023
  • Landscape
















    Photo Walk

    Winter in Adelaide

    All photos were shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV; the first was taken on 6 August with the Olympus M.17mm 1.8 and the rest were taken on 7 August with the M.45mm 1.8.

    Moseley to Jetty

    • ƒ/2.5, 1/25s, ISO 640
    Looking down a street with tram lines at night

    Metro Corridor

    • ƒ/11, 1/30s, ISO 200
    Looking through the front window of a tram at a rail corridor


    • ƒ/11, 1/40s, ISO 200
    A man stands in front of a pig statue.

    Synergistic Strolling

    • ƒ/1.8, 1/500s, ISO 200
    Two men in suits walk in sync past an alleyway.


    • ƒ/2, 1/4000s, ISO 200
    A reflective sculpture shows the pavers beneath itself.

    Oval and Octagon

    • ƒ/2, 1/4000s, ISO 200
    A gazebo in Elder Park, with Adelaide Oval looming in the distance

    Curls and Corners

    • ƒ/2.8, 1/42000s, ISO 200
    Looking through an ornate railing at Riverbank Pedestrian Bridge

    Alien Formations

    • ƒ/4.5, 1/3200s, ISO 200
    Bike racks and their shadows

    Just Go that Way

    • ƒ/1.8, 1/3200s, ISO 200
    Transport signs for trains, trams, taxis and pedestrians that all point right

    Hold On!

    • ƒ/1.8, 1/4000s, ISO 200
    A child's helmet falls off as they hold on to the back of an adult on an electric bike.


    • ƒ/1.8, 1/200s, ISO 1250
    A mirror for sale, which displays text that is meant to be read backwards but doesn't actually reverse itself properly in a mirror.

    Metro Chic

    • ƒ/1.8, 1/30s, ISO 250
    A close-up of tram-seat upholstery


    • ƒ/3.5, 1/1250s, ISO 250
    A building that shows the name POLITES, with a pigeon on top

    Glenelg Jetty

    • ƒ/16, 1/200s, ISO 250
    Golden hour over a jetty and beach

    Visitors in Love

    • ƒ/22, 1/400s, ISO 250
    A couple enjoys sunset at the end of Glenelg Jetty.

    We Are Small

    • ƒ/5, 1/320s, ISO250
    A woman walks under Glenelg Jetty, with water gently lapping on the sand.

    Glenelg Sunset

    • ƒ/22, 1/400s, ISO 250
    The Sun shines through palms, making silhouettes of people, poles and trees.
    Tuesday August 8, 2023