Ummm what more can I say? This had to be the best sunset of the year and for once I was there. I was there and I was fully loaded ready to capture what ever unfolded.
To have this mind blowing sunset unfold before me was the most amazing bonus. I couldn’t be happier. 🙂
The sunset was so intense that I had to desaaturize a lot of the reds in this photo.
Hope you guys enjoy it.
What more can I say? I just love shooting Cottesloe Beach. Probably because I spent a lot of my youth there and there is probably some truth to the rumour that I may have undertaken one maybe two Sunday sessions at the nearby hotels. 🙂
What really struck me about Cottesloe on this particular day was the different levels and colours of clouds. It was like Pro Heart had just loaded up a paint gun and splatted the sky with white. !
Hope you guys all enjoy it. 🙂
Don’t you just love Summer days like these? When its been hot and humid all day and you just know that you’re going to see an amazing sunset?
I think we all do and of course the best thing about days like these are taking a quick dip in the water once the sun has set to cool down. I could spend hours down at the beach in the evenings just chilling out.
What about you? What is your favourite thing to do on a hot summer evening? After you’ve taken your photos of course.
I just love this photo purely for the fact that it just radiates warmth. You can just feel it oozing out of the photo. There is nothing like the Australian bush.
I hope you guys all managed to get out and about and capture some amazing shots this weekend.
Its been ages since I’ve been down south and I was trawling through my down south images today when I came across this photo of Boronup Forest that I took whilst out with Mark Stothard last year. I’ve tried doing a few different techniques to it and I quite like the way it turned out.
Hope you guys do to.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
Lest We Forget.
Taken with Adrian Wayte tonight. Thanks mate for the company.
A few months ago I was down south just walking along Smiths Beach when I came across this scene before me. It was just a nice secluded part of the world to be in, so of course I had to try and capture it.
I was trying to time it so that I would capture a wave just before it smashed into the rocks so I’m pretty stoked with this shot.
The unusual clouds are what really drew me to this shot. I hope you guys enjoy it as well.