Travelogue | Graduation Trip - Melbourne, Australia

Oh hi! I'm back after a long hiatus. Well... anyway nobody cares to read my blog but then I just drop some photos taken during my recent trip to Melbourne with my friend and her son. Meant to be a graduation trip cos our uni, RMIT is in Melbourne. So let me take you through with a photo story of my favourite. It seems more like a photography trip to me. 90% of the photos are not relating to food. OMG! How well did I fare for my skills now? Any improvement? For me to find out.

Taken with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - Cowes Jetty, Phillip Island
Taken with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - Cowes Jetty, Phillip Island
Taken with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - Cowes Jetty, Phillip Island
Taken with Canon EOS M - Melbourne City Marina
Taken with Canon EOS M - Melbourne City Marina
Taken with Canon EOS M - Flinders Street Station
Taken with Canon EOS M - Queen Victoria Market
Taken with Canon EOS M - Loch Ard Gorge
Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M - Maru, Koala & Animal Park
Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M

Taken with Canon EOS M - Melbourne Chinatown

Taken with Canon EOS M - RMIT Campus at Swanston Street

Taken with Canon EOS M - RMIT Campus at La Trobe Street

Taken with Canon EOS M - RMIT Campus

Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M

Taken with Canon EOS M - Cook's Cottage
Taken with Canon EOS M - Queen Victoria Market

Taken with Canon EOS M - Outside the State Library
Taken with Canon EOS M - Cook's Cottage

Taken with Canon EOS M
Taken with Canon EOS M

Taken with Canon EOS M
We signed up this tour package with Nam Ho Travel and okay, is good. Probably need a change of some places of interest in the itinerary, like opt out the Pannys Amazing, World of Chocolate and Amaze n Things and change to Sea Aquarium (Sealife) probably. A 6D4N is just right for exploring the city.

End of the day, I feel that to make all these shots even better, should get a wide angle lens. But too ex. Anyway, I love this trip cos of the blue sky, green grass patches and most importantly, the brightness of the sunshine. But not too much though as it makes my photos over-exposed. I never did much editing except auto-correct the exposure with Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

Okay. Enjoy!

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