If you’re a sunrise lover you’ll know that feeling right before the sun actually rises and that absolutely beautiful glow along the lower sky, 10-15 minutes before the sunrise. One of my favourite sections of light that I crave when out shooting sunrises. Captured this morning 5 minutes from home.
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I've been housesitting for the past week and this is the view I would get driving to the train station everyday 😍😍😍 This was taken at sunset but how amazing would it be to wake up and go to bed with a view like this!? Are you all about those city views? .
Watching the sunrise colours bloom over the limestone Great Ocean Road cliffs is fiercely mood lifting. Capturing that essence in a photo ensures you can take that feeling with you wherever you go.
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Last night a gap in the cloud and the faintest glimpse of colour through the lounge room window had me leaping off the couch, ditching the tennis, and making a break for the most accessible local spot. I stumbled down the path at Koonya in pair of thongs, hastily put a composition together, and managed to capture a bit of magical light before it was all over. What this image fails to depict is the constant 35-40km/h wind, the sea spray, and splashes which left the camera, lens and photographer dripping between waves. 🤣
📷 6D + 16-35 F4 IS @ 16mm F11, 1sec, ISO250 | 4 stop soft GND |
Another hot Summer day ahead 33degC+ (91F+), but it’s nice to be back by Sydney Harbour. Stay cool those here 😎🥂
When the weather is hot, keep a cool mind.
When the weather is cold, keep a warm heart.
— Ajahn Brahm
Throwback to a crazy low tide session last winter. Keen for another day like this 🌊🤙🏼
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If you've been watching along on my stories you'll see that there is a lot of concern over Tasmania's wilderness areas at the moment. Tasmania over the last day or so had a huge dry lightning storm which sent down over 2400 lightning bolts across the state. These have started fires in some remote country, where it may be difficult to control. Some Alpine and Sub-alpine locations such as the Walls of Jerusalem, pictured here, have not evolved with fire and therefore do not 'bounce back' like a lot of the Australian bush does. Pencil Pines like this pictured turn into charred skeletons. Unfortunately there are active fires in these regions, and it would appear the fate these areas are in the hands of Parks Tasmania and the Tasmanian Fire Service. It seems all we can do is cross our fingers and hope that they deal with the hotspots swiftly. 🤞
TL:DR Fires are burning in the Tassie wilderness lit by lightning and priceless alpine plants that are not tolerant to fire may be under threat unless the fires are brought swiftly under control.