1. Ibis Island, Lake Wendouree - on the west side of the Lake there are some small islands and it's only when you get up high that you realise they are round. Some early morning sunrise light reflected in the surface creates a lovely colour palette.
2. Borrumbeeta Falls, West of Ballan - I knew if I waited long enough at this spot on the Moorabool River East, a Melbourne line train would come through
3. The Foggy Arch, Sturt Street West, Ballarat - a foggy Saturday night created some unique views when looking down at the Arch
4. Lal Lal Falls - always one of my favourite locations and with some great flow this year it takes on a whole new aspect from this viewpoint.
5. Reverse Fogbow, Coghills Creek - this St Davis church at Coghills Creek is uniquely framed by a revers fogbow one lovely morning mid year.
6. Purple Haze, Lake Learmonth - perfect example of what aerial photography can reveal. I had no ideas this small farmers dam, on the edge of Lake Learmonth, resembled the guitar used by Jimi Hendrix many years ago!
7. The Tower at the Top of the Mountain, Mt Buninyong - a number of visits to Mt Buninyong throughout the year always had me returning home with a unique view.
8. The Pod of 437 Pelicans, Lake Burrumbeet - probably my most visited location outside of Ballarat throughout the year, and chasing the perfect pelican image I was thrilled to catch this pod of 437 one foggy morning.
9. The Melbourne Train Crosses the Lal Lal Creek Valley, Bungaree South - another example of waiting for the Melbourne train to make an appearance across the viaduct south of Bungaree on a foggy sting morning.
10. The Ridge Across the Lake, Lake Burrumbeet - an incredible band of fog sits above Lake Burrumbeet
11. Forget Me Nots, Mt Warrenheip - another well visited location, especially once the Forget-Me-Nots have appeared and after multiple visits I came home with this amazing view just as the sun starts to burn through the low lying fog on the mountain.
12. Above The Carpet of Fog, Mt Beckworth - my number one image for the year. After heading out early one morning I quickly found myself totally enveloped in fog. Deciding to take a chance I headed out to Mt Beckworth and once I got up above the fog this incredible view was revealed.