Last week was the final week of school holidays so we packed up our gear and went camping. Well maybe not camping per se, it was more like ‘glamping’. Initially we had had every intention of going out and pitching tents but the day before we left we were inundated with torrential rain. Considering the overnight temperatures were also forecast to be around -2C, and with the thought of wet firewood and sodden grounds, I chickened out and suggested we stay in riverside cabins. The cabins themselves were both comfy and cozy and did not have a TV, radio or power points – the lights and the fridge ran on solar. Combustion heater inside, campfire outside the door, it ticked all the boxes for a relaxing 4 day getaway.
Turon Gates is just outside the tiny town of Capertree, about 45 minutes west of the Blue Mountains. I think we’ll be heading back there again in the spring.
Canon 7D | EF 24-105 & EFS 10-22 | Handheld | Post: Lightroom 4
The above featured image is 3 shot bracketed HDR I took handheld. All others have been processed as usual through Lightroom.
Click on one of them to see them in the larger gallery view. It was really pretty.