I raced down the fire escape tonight after work and was hit with this amazing sky when I came out. It was so hot & humid, and it was just starting to spit with rain. It was the calm before the storm!
Yesterday on my way home, the fog caught my eye. Little clumps of white stretched across the green mountains. Another vision from Vacy!
I couldn’t help but stop on my way to work this morning to catch these morning rays beaming through the cloud.
This was one of a few cascades in the Chinese Gardens in Darling Harbour. I was very disappointed not to have my tripod to do a really nice long exposure. I did my best to keep the camera stable with my hands and a big rock!
This is an early morning photo of the jetty at Rafferty’s Resort in Cam’s Wharf. I got up nice & early, but with the sun rising behind us didn’t get the normal superbness of the golden hour. I still like the misty morning hue that hangs in the image, and the texture along the side of the jetty.
This is the last of the Patonga sunset images. I had to include one of this pelican perched on a post. There were actually four pelicans on posts seeming to be enjoying the sunset just as much as I was!
It was a mad dash over to the creek on the Saturday night we were camping to capture this magnificent sunset. I have to thank John for pointing it out to me, as I had my back to it. The gorgeous colour only lasted about 5 minutes and it was gone! There will be a couple more of this. Just breathtaking…
As I said in the post of my first image from Patonga, the sunrise was a completely different experience here. We had the soft pink tones earlier in the morning, followed by the nice yellows on the mountains across the bay where the light was sneaking around, but all in all, the sun was hidden behind the mountain. So it wasn’t until much later that we saw the glow making its entrance.
Still cold and calm over the lake. The sun had yet to peek over the horizon. A beautiful sight to be seen…
Sometimes a dead tree is what makes a landscape view stand out…