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Bradleys Head, Sydney

Canon 5D MKIII
Canon 24-70 2.8L


bradleys head, sydney, harbour, australia, firefly photos, malcolm katon, lighthouse, sunrise

Photography has become a real passion of mine and I take a lot of pride in the images that I create.

The majority of my images are available for sale on this site.

Should you have a need for a photopgrapher please contact me on 0409 710 759 to discuss the services and rates.

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  • BigD
    BigDover 1 year ago

  • Thank you very much for the feature:-)

    – Malcolm Katon

  • bluetaipan
    bluetaipanover 1 year ago

    It almost looks like two different images, one dark side and one light side

  • It was like that and it kept changing. Best sunrise that I can remember.

    – Malcolm Katon

  • bluetaipan
    bluetaipanover 1 year ago

    I can see why! It really looks as if the lighthouse splits the light in two.

  • A few people have made similar comments Blue,

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Terry Everson
    Terry Eversonover 1 year ago

    This is a superb image Malcolm. Has that wow feel to it.

  • Thank you very much Terry, the sunrise had a real WOW about it!

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyover 1 year ago

    The things you can do when you have a good eye for composition. You’re a whizz, Malcolm.

  • Thanks Gary, mother nature helps out too.

    – Malcolm Katon

  • Shehan Fernando
    Shehan Fernandoabout 1 year ago

    Nice detail in the sky:)

  • Thank you Shehan

    – Malcolm Katon

  • SunseekerPix
    SunseekerPixabout 1 year ago

    this is cropping up a bit on the net this month…… others have showcased it. Really nice result and time of day. Wonder if you will try the Big Stopper on it?

  • Thanks David, I was just lucky with the conditions that morning! I have noticed quite a few people shooting there too. It actually has a good panoramic view of the city from there. Probably a bit too many clouds for the big stopper as they would have just blended together and lost some of the impact.

    – Malcolm Katon

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