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The Red Walk - SYDNEY DUST STORM by Bryan Freeman

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Taken this morning, 23 Sept. 2009 while crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

It was a unique and awesome view.

Canon EOS 400D
Canon Lens 18-55mm

24 September 2009 Featured in Blur

5 October 2009 Featured in Vanishing Points

6 October 2009 Featured in DSLR Users Only Group

6 October 2009 Featured in Cityscapes and City Skylines

15 October 2009 Featured in Which Way – walkways, pathways, stairways, and roadways

16 July 2010 Featured in Tunnel Vision

21 July 2010 Featured in Wide Angle Photography

254 views as at 31 December 2009

If you’d like to see my work that has been FEATURED (WOOHOO!) in a Group then Click -FEATURED!

The links below will take you to various sets of my work:

  1. Persepolis
  2. Pasargadae
  3. Persia
  4. Esfahan – Iran
  5. Shiraz – Iran
  6. Time Lapse
  7. Black & White
  8. High Dynamic Range – HDR
  9. Birds
  10. Sydney
  11. Luna Park – Sydney
  12. Long Flat – NSW
  13. Sofala
  14. Fireworks

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australia, sydney dust storm, sydney harbour, sydney harbour bridge, bryan freeman, harbour bridge, harbour

Bryan lives in Sydney, Australia and loves to travel. Bryan enjoys creating landscapes scenes using his Canon DSLR cameras and lenses. While Bryan loves the quality film can bring to a scene, he also enjoys the creativity and versatility that digital imaging has brought to everyone.

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Comments

  • Jem Wright
    Jem Wrightover 4 years ago

    There are some great photos on here showing the dust storm. This is lovely. Nice perspective.

  • Thanks for your comment Hybrid, appreciated.

    – Bryan Freeman

  • ourjrny
    ourjrnyover 4 years ago

    It is a beautiful image. I love the position of the vanishing point and the amazing colours.

  • Thank you Sharon, I appreciate you taking the time to comment.

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Anna D'Accione
    Anna D'Accioneover 4 years ago

    What an increadible image. Congratulations on being featured on the Home page.

  • Hi Anna,

    Thanks for your comment. I didn’t see it in the homepage tho’. i must’ve missed it! :-((

    – Bryan Freeman

  • JanT
    JanTover 4 years ago

    What a sight! Well captured and composed. How did your camera manage in the dust?

  • Hi Jan,

    Thanks for your comment. My camera still seems to be working ok. Funny thing is, as it was very hot here the day before, we had our windows open during the night and our whole apartment was covered in a very fine layer of red dust, so the camera will be no worse for the exposure outside. Only time will tell if it has any effect on the internals of the camera. I hope not but if it does then that might be a good enough reason to upgrade to a 50D or even a 5D! I’d have to convince the Director of Finances first tho’. ;-))

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Martin Muir
    Martin Muirover 4 years ago

    Another amazing shot great work.

  • Hi Martin,

    Thank you for your nice comment. Greatly appreciated.

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Svetlana Sewell
    Svetlana Sewellover 4 years ago

    Excellent!

  • Thanks Svetlana, appreciated.

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Di Jenkins
    Di Jenkinsover 4 years ago

    awesome image – no vineyards in sight though? LOL!!! Great work Bryan. Must have been an eerie start to the day for you all in Sydney.

  • Thanks Di, yes, no vineyards in sight, except, mebbe they are part of the dust storm! It did start in SA and there are vineyards in the Barossa Valley….soooooo, why on earth did you reject my photo? It makes no sense to me! ;-)) LOL. Only joking of course. it was an error and I shall mend my evil ways. Thanks and all the best,
    Bryan

    – Bryan Freeman

  • kathren
    kathrenover 4 years ago

    agreat art

  • thanks kathren

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Anna D'Accione
    Anna D'Accioneover 4 years ago

    Still there Bryan just above the image feed part.

  • Hi Anna,

    Do you mean the Red Skies Feature?

    – Bryan Freeman

  • Anna D'Accione
    Anna D'Accioneover 4 years ago

    Yes, still there

  • Ahh yes, I did see that, there’s some great images in that.

    – Bryan Freeman

  • And yours is one of them too! i love your photo, well captured Anna and great POV

    – Bryan Freeman

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