What is it that calls me back to this little stretch of coast, time and time again? Is it the challenge of capturing something different, the comfort of knowing the area well, or is it something more subtle, more esoteric?
Following a number a overcast, cloudy skies, that created some great mood, this amazing yellow glow erupted in the sky filtering through the low lying pastel clouds. (Later came to know this phenomenon as the 'Sun')
This sunrise at Sugarloaf is still the best shoot I’ve had since starting photography. It may not have been the most spectacular sky but it was still pretty awesome and there’s something about Sugarloaf that makes it so special to shoot! This is the second shot from this session that I’ve posted now (though the first shot was posted months ago) but I have so many shots from this morning that I couldn’t help myself!
I’m thinking this is a Fallow Deer or Chital on the banks of the lake. I’ve never seen one of these before so again another day the lake proves to be a never ending source of undiscovered interests. #nature#home#deer
St Mary’s Lights of Christmas 2018 version __________________________________ Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Nikkor 24-120 mm Aperture: f/9 Shutter Speed: 20 sec Location: St Mary Cathedral, Sydney __________________________________