Keeping up has been a bit of a challenge for me off late, as life seems to have thrown all sorts of demands on me. It’s note like I haven’t had the time to shoot, so much as not having had the time to post process my images after shooting. I’m back into catch up mode again, but I’m nowhere close to come back up to speed.
On the 2013 Queen’s Birthday weekend in Victoria, I took a drive down one of my favourite routes along Great Ocean Road. Of the several places to stop, one of the first is Split Point Lighthouse at Aireys Inlet. The stop takes a mere 15 minutes to take in the one feature of the area that is of key interest – the lighthouse. On the day, with perfect weather sandwiched between two bleak periods, the lighthouse had lots of visitors. I had a small window during which I managed to take this single image of the lighthouse from the path that led to the edge of Split Point, with no passersby straying into the frame. This is the first of two lighthouses that one crosses on this route.