Wet Feet, Wallaga Lake, NSW
The Wallaga Lake area is a real gem for anyone with a camera. It has many well photographed areas, and then some less known ones. I was driving around the north area, scouting as the shadows lengthened, and spotted a gap in the trees beside the road. As I walked toward the lakes edge, I spotted these great looking trees all standing in the cool of the lake water, watching the sun setting. Talk about a waterside location for life! It was a great place to shoot a few frames, however there was really only one shot to be had, and as the sun started to set I noticed colours to the left and right. I jumped back into the car and went to the famous jetty and grabbed a mighty fine sunset afterglow image which I have already posted.
This is a combined/composite image blended with freehand masking. A long exposure blurs the water, and a shorter exposure highlights the colours in the sky and adds just a little movement to the water image.
Canon EOS5D Mk3 ~ 16mm ~ F11~ 30 secs / 1/4th sec blended ~ 100 ISO
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Sailors Take Warning!
One of the best Sunrises that I have witnessed in San Jose. The burn started pretty early and stayed for a while. I was debating where to go for Sunrise and finally decided to checkout this reservoir. The entire sky lit up with beautiful colors.
It’s the weekend! Time for an adventure explosion!!whats everyone doing?? Repost @natureboy_ct
Snapped this shot while taking some foreign friends up the beautiful Table on an overcast day with the suns rays dancing all over the mountain.