Friday, 30 October 2009

Skywatch: Frederick Henry Bay, Tasmania


The view from the Arthur Highway on the Tasman Peninsula just south of Dunalley as the sun sets over Frederick Henry Bay.


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17 comments:

Maya said...

Nice and interesting shots Julie. Very eerie

Mirela said...

I love them both! The atmosphere seems to be quite humid judging by the foggy reflection of sun rays...

Joan Elizabeth said...

The colours seem different somehow ... adds to the atmosphere.

J Bar said...

Terrific sunset shots Julie.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

brattcat said...

These have such a timeless feel...the sunset might have looked like this millennia ago, or yesterday. Fascinating.

Lois said...

Those shots are stunning Julie! I really like the way the light is hitting the water in that first shot.

Vogon Poet said...

I agree about the timelessness, nothing denoting a human presence around...

cara said...

Yes... what Brattcat said. And that mistiness is very atmospheric.

mountain.mama said...

I have seen the Tasmanian Sea from NZ. So you were just across the waters? Or am I completely off?

That is the chicken said...

Gorgeous skies. Empty landscapes are my favourite.

Light and Voices said...

These two photographs speak volumes about solitude. Excellent skywatch Friday post.
Joyce M

Julian Davis said...

Great shots Julie ! Very eerie .

Ann said...

Great shots. Really unusual colours - quite green.

JM said...

Just beautiful, Julie!

Leif Hagen said...

Awesome, Julie! I especially love the top skywatch photo! Ahhhh

Regina said...

Beautiful glow! Great skies.

Carly said...

I just love the light and color of these pictures