Tuesday, 6 December 2011

At the going down of the sun

The city from 'Doyles on the Beach' at Watson's Bay.
Time lapse: 7:39pm, 7:45pm, 7:47pm.

17 comments:

Thérèse said...

The sea seems so alive in these three view!

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Great shots, I love them!

Jo said...

beautiful.. it all looks so calm..

Ann said...

Beautiful. Lord Howe shots up.

freefalling said...

My favourite bit - the light on the windows of the second boat (in the first shot).

J Bar said...

These are superb sunset shots.

Rae Walter said...

This would have to be one of my favourite places to visit. Great shots Julie.

Peter said...

Sunset shots can be a bore, not these! Love the sawtooth skyline.

Joan Elizabeth said...

But for the Centrepoint tower I would have thought it an overseas destination. I really like the closing shot.

Joe said...

... And the sun takes a bow until another day.

brattcat said...

even though i'm viewing these before the sun has come up for the day in new england, i'm filled with that peaceful feeling that sunsets like this so often impart. thank you, julie.

diane b said...

Doyles, yum yum. A great place to view the city. Who moved the boats for you between 7.39 and 7.45?

Julie said...

Hah! Had not noticed that they had moved. I did not move from my seat at the table, but I did changed the focal length. However, I suspect they rode at anchor.

Nathalie said...

From Watson's Bay, where else?
Hard not to feel a bout of nostalgy here.

A boat at anchor never ceases to move.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Must admit I was so dazzled by the sunset I didn't notice the boats had moved, but I'd have been more surprised if they hadn't, looks like quite a lot of movement in those waters, the city line is brilliant in silhouette Julie.

NixBlog said...

Love them! Wonderful colours.

Breathtaking said...

All three are fantastic photos.