Photographed with a Canon 400D.
I visited the South Head of Sydney Harbour a few weeks ago hoping to get some long range shots of the city. It was sunny when I left but just as I was climbing the rocks towards the gap it started to rain & I didn’t have a brolly.
Protecting the camera came first & fortunately it was just a short shower but it provided this dramatic image out to sea.
My friend Desiree got my permission to use this image on her metaphysical seminar website. When I asked her why she liked it she replied …
“I love this shot because it shows the range of emotions we weather, and while we focus on one aspect we rarely see the entire picture. This photo captures it all in one take… the storm, the sunlit cloud, the brooding atmosphere, the clear sky and the intense section of rainbow – a metaphor for our lives.”
Moody & Evocative, Nov 2010.
Through The Eye Of The Lens, Mar 2012.
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