I met John at the Canberra Railway Museum. John is an engine driver who now works at the Museum.

John was happy for me to take his photo beside locomotive 1210 - the steam engine that brought the first train into Canberra 100 years ago!

Three vs. one. Out the back at Village Antiques in Bungendore.

Building blocks and grand designs in the foyer of the Mint.

A winter’s day at the Dickson shopping centre.

On location - still from a student film shoot. Sparkling story line!

Patrick Mills and San Antonio Spurs teammate Aron Baynes hold aloft the Larry O’Brien trophy.

NBA championship winner Patty Mills was home in Canberra to accept the keys to the city. He also had photos with fans at the Civic Square welcome.

All eyes on the ball! This month, Canberra was host to a youth football tournament, the Kanga Cup Here, you see action from the Under 18 final.

The Kanga Cup is the largest International Youth Football Tournament in the Southern Hemisphere. Held in July each year, the week-long event champions the mission of uniting the youth of the world through football. Over 230 teams played this year. Boys and girls age groups ranged from U9 to U18.

Hope you enjoyed the World Cup! This month, Canberra was host to a youth football tournament, the Kanga Cup. In this shot, you see action from the Under 18 final.

The Kanga Cup is the largest International Youth Football Tournament in the Southern Hemisphere. Held in July each year, the week-long event champions the mission of uniting the youth of the world through football. Over 230 teams played this year. Boys and girls age groups ranged from U9 to U18.

Hope you enjoyed the World Cup! This month, Canberra was host to a youth football tournament, the Kanga Cup. In this shot, you see action from the Under 18 final.

The Kanga Cup is the largest International Youth Football Tournament in the Southern Hemisphere. Held in July each year, the week-long event champions the mission of uniting the youth of the world through football. Over 230 teams played this year. Boys and girls age groups ranged from U9 to U18.

I continue on roads less travelled near the town of Braidwood. The region is a rural community an hour’s drive from my home in Canberra.

I am now at the Bombay Picnic area, on the banks of the Shoalhaven River.

I am on roads less travelled in the Braidwood area. Here, I am at the Charleyong Bridge over the Mongarlowe River. The bridge is not far down the road from the tiny village of Mongarlowe.

Built in 1901, the bridge remains in good condition. As a timber truss road bridge, it has strong associations with the expansion of the road network and economic activity throughout the region. At the time I got the shot the river was running very low.

On a road less travelled, I am in Mongarlowe - a village of fifty people. I spoke to this local resident who told me she had been to the nearby town of Braidwood to collect the newspaper for a friend. Here, she delivers the paper to one of the roadside mailboxes. These home-made mailboxes are a common sight along country roads.

A stroll past April’s Caravan at Bailey’s Corner in Civic.

The Last Kinection at NAIDOC on the Peninsula.

The Last Kinection at NAIDOC on the Peninsula.