... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
This shot is just beautiful. Love the tones in the image.
A beautiful sky and silhouette.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Looks like the kind of sunrise one wants to sit and watch with friends, cup of coffee in hand.
Wow, Julie! I knew I could depend on you to present us with magic photographs from your Kimberley Tour. Keep 'em coming.
Today's silhouette and yesterday's reflections are just superb.
Glorious - hand held or tripod? I know I'm asking a lot of questions but I'm off to Broken Hill and Lake Eyre in 3 weeks and I need to try and match you - difficult but I'm going to try.
Hand held. The important thing with this one was to get the angles right. I have a range of shots but a step to either the right or to the left ruined the composition. Once again, the colour was achieved by careful use of f-stop.I have lots of shots of birdlife - that was the greatest challenge. To get the light right, to catch them in flight and to compose it the way I wanted to. That is a skill still in progress.Which group are you going to Lake Eyre with?
Colour is magic!
Very dramatic, but telling me it is early morning spoils it for me ... I just don't cope well with morning ... would prefer to think it is a sunset.
Lovely colours and silhouette. I was impressed with how high the buildings were off the ground to cope with floods in the wet season.
Joan: s'oright ... I have two sunsets just for you!Diane: Yes, agreed. At FC the accommodation was a treat and well off the ground. And what about those flood markers before the Geike Gorge cruise where they were above the waiting rotunda!!
Absolutely gorgeous sky and silhouettes! Definitely a "sigh" moment!
The lightning is awesome - so delicate.
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