We had rain in Taree NSW Oz yesterday for the first time in several weeks. By late afternoon, the rain had stopped but much of the cloud remained, so I thought we might get a worthwhile sunset. I drove over the Martin Bridge to the southern bank of the Manning River and waited. By sunset I thought “BORING”… nuthin’s gonna happen. A few minutes later the clouds reddened. Hello? So I waited a bit longer… and I’m glad I did. Fuji S7000.


sunset, manning river, bridge, australia

I’m a hobby photographer. In fact, I’m not sure Red Bubble should refer to me as an “artist”. But I do like to take photos that are above average, and certainly appreciate learning from my fellow Bubbleonian’s efforts as well as their comments. I use a second hand Sony Cybershot F717 (recently replaced by a new Nikon D3100) and a Fuji Finepix S7000. Photography allows me to keep souvenirs of my experiences. Today’s deeds become tomorrow’s memories.

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  • Terry Everson
    Terry Eversonabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful sillouette Gary, should have taken your fishing line too.

  • Scaling and gutting ain’t my thing, Terry. I much prefer fish ‘n’ chip shops. In any case, you can’t fish for chips.

    – Gary Kelly

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 2 years ago

    Superbly captured.

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