The Hazards Sunrise

Garth Smith

Joined November 2008

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A silhouette of “The Hazards” viewed from Coles Bay in the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s east coast.
A sunrise I could hardly have hoped for. The colours in this 3 shot cropped stitch are straight from the camera. This was a magic scene that unfolded before me, and I had it to myself with not another soul in sight. It was so beautiful that I had a song pop straight into my head – Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World”.

Nikon D90
Sigma 10-20mm
ISO 200
F/11
1/4 second
Lee ND grad filters
3 shot stitch cropped

featured in Colour & Light group 6th February 2011
featured in New Creations of Beautiful Colour group 7th February 2011
featured in All Water in Motion & Reflections in Water group 8th February 2011
featured in Stunning Scapes group 8th February 2011
featured in Waves & Fine Art Waterscapes group 10th February 2011
featured in Islands of the World group 11th February 2011
featured in Excellence in Light & Reflection group 13th February 2011
featured in Mountains Across The Globe group 24th February 2011
featured in Volcanoes, Earth’s Geology & Atmosphere group 28th February 2011

Equal Runner-up in the Scenery Group – Water Colours & Wide Open Spaces Challenge 13th March 2011

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