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Ocean Reef, Perth, Western AustraliaFuji S200EXR camera – direct from camera (except with minor bottom edge crop)F2.8ISO1001/1000secSharpness – normalExposure Program -Landscape mode
I hope my love of photography is evident in the mood and memory I capture in my images
Oh WOW! What a beauty Karen. Love it. Don.
Hi Don, thanks so very much. It was an amazing sunset and I was lucky enough to be there with camera in hand xx
– Karen Stackpole
Absolutely Beautiful Karen.
Hi Jacqui, thanks so very much. It was sooooo beautiful, and there was so much colour. I was very lucky
I’m speechless Kaz…fantastic!!!
Hi Jim, thanks so very much for the lovely compliment. I was also speechless as I watched the sky get more spectacular by the minute :-)
A beautiful sight..fabulous work
tHANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR WELCOME COMMENTS
Hi Lorilee, thank you so very much for your wonderful comment
I am so glad you like this image. I am so pleased with it myself
A fantastic capture Karen
Thanks so very much CJ. I am so glad you like this. It was a great way to start a new year of photography xx
Stunning colours, wonderful shot Karen
Hi Audrey, thats so kind of you to comment. I am still amazed at what nature turned on for us that night
One of the best skies I have seen at sunset – wonderful capture Kare.
Hi Bob, I was truely blessed that evening, and very pleasantly suprised too. I have not adjusted the image, other than to slightly crop across the bottom (as someone bobbed up into the image as I took the shot)
Wow!! Really stunning scene!!
Thanks so much. I think there was a little bushfire smoke caught in the clouds which added to the effects. Either way I was very lucky