- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 7.9mm
- ISO: 64
Not only is Dunluce Castle perched on a steep cliff, there are high walls funneling “visitors” down to the narrow bridge that guards the entrance as well.
We may not have had a plan to deal with the fog, but the visitor centre did! Giant photos of the cliffs just right for posing in front of.
The characteristic “X” stairs inside Staigue Stone Fort.
The view up Nicholson Str from Spring Str and the Victorian Parliament, past the Royal Exhibition Building in middle. Not the sharpest or best exposed of photos but I love the unusual vantage point and the slightly surreal effect. We sat there watching planes come into land at Melbourne Airport along the horizon. What a way to end a day that started with a wedding in a hot air balloon.
Our wedding night view over the Arts Centre and out across Port Phillip Bay.