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Just 24 hours after the worst storm Perth (Western Australia) has seen in 50 years the sky was still lit up as it headed inland. This is the view from Kings Park, which, like the rest of Perth took a significant battering.
(Best viewed large)

Camera: Canon EOS 300D
Lens: Canon 18-55mm EF-S
Shutter Speed: 20 secs
F-Stop: F/11
ISO: 200
Focal Length: 25mm

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Comments

  • Cyril Marchand
    Cyril Marchandalmost 5 years ago

    joli !

  • Thanks Cyril

    – blueeyesjus

  • DarrynFisher
    DarrynFisheralmost 5 years ago

    Brilliant capture, I love the sky!

  • Thanks so much Darryn

    – blueeyesjus

  • Kevin Bergen
    Kevin Bergenalmost 5 years ago

    Gorgeous! Really nice night shot!

  • Thanks Kevin, I’m realtively new at night shots so I appreciate that mate

    – blueeyesjus

  • down23
    down23almost 5 years ago

    Wow! Justin this is bad ass! Very well done! A definite fav for me! =)

  • Thanks Robbi, I’ll take a “bad ass” comment any day :)

    – blueeyesjus

  • QuietStorm
    QuietStormalmost 5 years ago

    Outstanding!!!!

  • Thanks so much Oscar

    – blueeyesjus

  • WingsOfAngelz
    WingsOfAngelzalmost 5 years ago

    WOW!!! What a Shot! Absolutely Stunning.. You hit it out of the park with this one, it ROCKS!!!!! Well Done Babe!!!! {{{Hugs}}}

  • So it’s a home run? lol, thankyou so much for the kind words

    – blueeyesjus

  • Nicoletté Thain Photography
    Nicoletté Thai...almost 5 years ago

    look at you playing with the DSLR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOHOOOO!!!! brilliant!

  • Thanks Nic, playing’s a good word, like “find the timer button in the dark game” lol

    – blueeyesjus

  • deborah brandon
    deborah brandonalmost 5 years ago

    Stunning capture Jus – love the contrast – works wonderfully in B&W :)

  • Thanks Deb, the colour version shows up some pretty wonderful colours but I thought B+W would be bettter, I’m still not sure which is better really, thanks again for the wonderful comment

    – blueeyesjus

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicalmost 5 years ago

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    Spectacular catch,,

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicalmost 5 years ago


    oops

  • Thank you so much Linda, that’s brilliant news
    Jus

    – blueeyesjus

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