I had been invited to be the Keynote speaker and run a workshop at this year’s Victorian Association of Photographic Societies Convention. It was held in Albury over the weekend and on the Monday I spent a day coming home through central Victoria. It was a stormy weekend and the rain quite never let up. The Autumn colours were remarkable, the leaves still there on the trees and also scattered on the ground and the vibrancy of the greens in the landscape too, was really incredible. This part of Victoria had had good rains in the month of May, so the countryside already looked its best. I have showcased a couple of my favourite images here on this posting of the Autumn colours in the Albury botanical gardens and a couple of images that were shot near Bonny-Doon on the way home.