Thursday, 15 December 2011

Cann River Church, Victoria, Australia

Travel Photography - Architecture

By Darren Stones

I have had the pleasure to travel the Princes Highway between Melbourne and Merimbula on numerous occasions since 1987 and have regularly stopped at Cann River for a coffee break. The St John Anglican and Uniting Church at Cann River, Victoria, Australia is an attractive sight during autumn, with a magnificent array of colours on full display. The church is located in the main shopping area and pretty much stands out in a photographic sense as a subject to photograph.

Autumn is probably my favourite season of the year for photography as it presents brilliant landscape photography opportunities no matter what the weather conditions. If it's sunny, wider shots of the landscape are suggested. If it's cloudy, I prefer to get under the canopy of trees and focus on the trunks, branches and leaves - particularly if it is wet.

I photographed the church as I was returning from a longish trip via Bright and Canberra where the full pallette of autumn colours was on display. A magnificent trip, and most fruitful in regards to making a large collection of autumn imagery.

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Cann River Church by Darren Stones


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