Life imitates art.

Location: Phillip Island, Victoria

Gear: Canon 600D plus Canon L Series 24 – 105ml lens.

Observation: About a year ago I visited Phillip Island for an explore. An island south-east of Melbourne, Australia and popular for it’s amazing beaches and great surf.

I loved what I found but I didn’t have my SLR camera with me on that first trip. I only had my smartphone. I promised myself that I would return with some more serious photographic kit in tow. However at about a four hour drive round trip it hasn’t been something that I have had the time to repeat. Until this week!

Whilst I was waiting for the sunset colours to deepen a little I thought that I might use my phone to capture the scene and set up. Ironic really as the whole point in returning was because I didn’t have my ‘grown up’ camera last time. It was nice to have both with me this time and I will do a post shortly of the images I captured with my Canon SLR.

So I present to thee my submission in this week’s Daily Post weekly photo challenge.

Clumsily scribed as me-taking-a-photo-of-me-taking-a-photo or much more eloquently expressed as life imitating art – the photo challenge theme for this week.

More about Phillip Island.

Phillip Island Tourism website.


About Saxon

I'm passionate about travelling, music, photography, blogging, 'Social Anthropology' (the posh term for people-watching) and creating content. I travel to learn and observe to understand. My dream day would look something like this.... A bottle of red (or two), fresh baguette (or two) & wedge of Camembert (or two), a balmy Paris September eve spent people-watching in fine company on the banks of the Canal St Martin.

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