Storm's End by Geoff  Coleman - Landscapes

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Taken at the Waterrun, Royal National Park, just south of Sydney at the same location as Poetry of Chaos and Falling Water Falling Light, but one month later. Really curious that at the same location in the park there were two rainbows in very similar positions but one month apart. I find strange coincidences like this happen a lot in the park – for example shooting storms off the cliffs over a couple of years I’ve found the lightning strikes are almost always in the same place for each storm.

Tv: 0.6sec
Av: f/22
ISO:100
FL: 19mm (but heavy crop)

Falling Water Falling Light:

Poetry of Chaos:

Comments

  • D Byrne
    D Byrneover 6 years ago

    great work, like the wave you have captured and the light

  • Thank you for the feedback – much appreciated

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 6 years ago

    so lovely all of this gallery is wonderful….. I think you must be chanelling Heathcliff… wandering around the cliffs pining for rainbows and what not….. amazing work…. well done

  • Out on the misty moors… – whoa what a buzz that would be – Cathy where are you!!
    Thanks Juilee – glad you like them.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • eXposure
    eXposureover 6 years ago

    fantastic capture …
    beautiful energy and light

  • Thank you

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

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  • Alistair Wilson
    Alistair Wilsonover 6 years ago

    awesome shot geoff

  • Geoff  Coleman - Landscapes
    Geoff Coleman...over 6 years ago

    And here’s the pano version – rather getting into these lately. Love to know which you prefer:

  • Erin Lyall
    Erin Lyallover 6 years ago

    Stunning!

  • Sharon Hammond
    Sharon Hammondover 6 years ago

    Oh my goodness – this is stunning

  • natapee
    natapeeover 6 years ago

    incredible. i like the pano. directs the eye more to the rainbow.

  • Thanks for the feedback – much appreciated.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

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