This fella (he seems like a fella) is painted on a wall in Frankston. Today the family spent their government permitted exercise period walking through the streets and alleyways of Frankston looking at the many murals. It was an entertaining excursion and I had no idea all these murals were even there.
Kudos to my wife who surprised us with this activity but did recommend I bring along my camera and the widest lens I had. Well done! Excellent suggestion.
Whilst enjoying lunch we were visited by a flock of seagulls (or seagools as my daughter pronounces it, hitting the first rather than the more traditional in Australia, second syllable). I managed to get some cool photos of them fighting over hot chips which I will publish tomorrow and down the track.
Again, an enjoyable outing looking at murals I’ve walked past but never noticed before and a nice way of ending what for me was a four-day long weekend.
That’s it for now. Talk to you soon. Stay safe.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm 1:4G ED @ 16mm
1/640 | f/4 | ISO 100
Sunday September 26, 2021 @ 12:36
Frankston, Victoria, Australia