I finally got around to checking out the Old Melbourne Gaol this weekend. I'd seen some pics on Flickr and thought it might be a good subject to photograph. Plus, as an Irishman, it was only fitting that I should investigate the place where the infamous 19th century scallywag convict, Ned Kelly, met his grisly fate.
Saturday afternoon probably wasn't the best time to try to capture a visitor-free scene, especially with my tripod blocking the narrow walkway, but in the end I set the camera to F22 and 30 seconds and all the people milling around in the scene became magically invisible to the lens. I love that trick!