- Aperture: ƒ/1.85
- Camera: Pixel 6 Pro
- Focal length: 6.81mm
- ISO: 1265
The wide view of the earlier Kilsyth Kangaroo photo. The kangaroo appears to have set-up home in the agistment paddock. This slice of green may become a part of Healesville Freeway in the future.
A kangaroo is not exactly what you expect to find in suburbia. This kangaroo seems quite happy in the horse paddock that we can wee in the distance from our kitchen window, Zoe and I saw it a few weeks ago on a late afternoon walk, this time the light was better and it was closer to our side of the paddock.
The view from a high point looking down to the Euroa-Mansfield Rd and the Seven Creeks.
I’m loving the early summer evenings. Cool evenings before the killer heat of late summer and the longer days or daylight savings.
The middle decorative panel of the railings on the Iron Bridge – Erected 1779.
The Iron Bridge the first cast iron bridge of it’s kind, and one of the first iron bridges. The main span is 100 feet and 6 inches. The inscription reads: “This bridge was cast at Coalbrook-Dale and erected in the year MDCCLXXIX”.