As the sun quickly descends to the horizon at Werribee River, it contributes to some last amazing colours only for a brief moment in time, as the trees aged roots on the cliffs long for a drop of water.
Canon 40D w/ EF-S 10-22mmAperture: f/22Shutter: 1.6 secISO: 100
Title take from the book A Brief History of Time
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For a 1.6 sec exposure, how still is the water? Great capture of the moment. Love it how the red clouds are in the reflection. Well done Jared!
thanks Drew :-)It was so still there, I think any exp would have worked.cheers mate
Now this is 1 of your best photos Jared. Brilliant.
thanks Lindsay !:-)
Werribee rarely looks this remote.
this is past the mansion and golf course.A few people were on the river fishing – I was hesitant to wonder too far because of the snakes.
This is just so stunning Jared…..now I really want to get down there!!!
Lovely shot Jared!
thanks Sharon :-)
thanks Raquel – thought you’d like this one.
great spot to take photos and this a perl of a shot.
thanks Hans – really glad you like it.
It is a spot I have tried to photograph without success – unlike you. GREAT photo!
thanks Neil !I had lots of different angles, possibly some better, it was hard to decide which one, but this one also was at the exact right moment of the day when the light and clouds said to me – this is the one !
Gorgeous time of day, cool angel on this one too!
thanks mate – it was one of those perfect sunsets that i didn’t want to end.
Beautiful reflections. Stunning colours.
thanks Rhonda :-)
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