Walk Number 32 – Lake Tuggeranong


The guide book said to expect colour, so I went looking for colour.  It was a walk around a lake, so I looked beyond the usual blues and greens in search of the bright and bold.

Unfortunately, I came home with blue.  My heart sank as I realised that, again, I had not noticed the incorrect white balance setting on my camera.  To be fair, it has been a while since I last forgot to check it.  Thankfully, the editing software includes an auto colour correction that salvaged a few shots.


Colour at Lake Tuggeranong 1
Einstein at Lake Tuggeranong



Colour at Lake Tuggeranong 2
At the entrance to the dog park


Colour at Lake Tuggeranong 3
Jetty, or runway?


Colour at Lake Tuggeranong 4
The warning sign at the storm water drain.  I like the way the overexposed background has pulled the patterns on the sign into the rest of the picture.


Colour at Lake Tuggeranong 5
Angel Wings, a wind-activated kinetic sculpture by Phil Price


Series Notes

I’m drawing my walking inspiration from Marion Stuart’s “Canberra’s Best Bush, Park & City Walks”, published by Woodslane Press Pty Ltd.  The book contains details of 49 walks of varying lengths and grades.



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