At the beginning of the year I decided to join the Melbourne University photography Fotoholics club and apart from a guest lecture I hadn’t attended any meetings/functions until last Friday night when a group of about thirty of us went to the Docklands in Melbourne. From 4:30 to 8:30 we walked around, took photos of the surrounding area and the fireworks and met new people and overall it was a decent experience though I do prefer shooting alone because nearly everyone’s photos are of the same thing. 99% of the photographers there were Canon/Nikon shooters so I was as usual the odd one out with my Pentax using old manual lenses. I took the S-M-C Takumar 28mm 3.5 and the Jupiter-9 (85mm 2.0), I mostly used the Takumar as I was shooting landscape and it’s the widest I own in manual. The images below were taken at sundown where there was just enough light to capture the detail in the clouds but dark enough where I still needed a tripod as I was shooting at f/16.