BTW. I assume that you know Rip Curl is an Australian company based near Melbourne. :)
Obviously not my photo, and likely not even a Nikon but I found this interesting:
Had some trees trimmed today. The guys were handling heavy chainsaws as easily as Japanese chefs handle their sushi knives. It was money well spent -- rather them than me! :)
Hi guys! I'm overwhelmed by the positive atmosphere on this forum; hence I just joined in & here's my first post awaiting analysis:
Camera: Nikon D3000
Shutter speed: 1/125s
What lens's do you have for the camera?
Torquay is about 100km from Melbourne and it's a place that you go to in the summer to go to the beach. In Australia 100km is very near (it's 75km from my place to the airport and we are at opposite sides of Melbourne). Things aren't regarded as being any distance until it's more than one tank of fuel there and back.
I think Billabong is actually from Queensland near the Gold Coast rather than NSW.
Beat me to it K1W1.
Australia has a really low popultation density still with predominantly single story detached housing. Although I live in a small city of under 1 million people, Adelaide is 65 km (roughly 45 miles) from long edge to long edge (as viewed from space on google earth).
Welcome to the forum Palspot and S.Saqib.
S. Saqib Shams-II
I like that shot! Color is nice and I like the lighting.
What lens? I am assuming the 18-55 kit?