Dog Rocks Revisited by Neil

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Decided to pop down to Dog Rocks again to try some moonlight photography.
This is the sunset that greeted me and about 7 others that were there. Gosh it’s getting crowded!
What a beautiful night it was!

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sunset, geelong, dog_rocks

Comments

  • Jared Revell
    Jared Revellover 5 years ago

    wonderful Neil !
    Boy, we’re struggling to find some clouds at sunset recently, but it’s providing us with some amazing, glowing skies.

  • Thanks Jared. True, wouldn’t it be wonderful to get some storm clouds occasionally!

    – Neil

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    Great image Neil. Different colours.

  • Thanks Garth

    – Neil

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 5 years ago

    Superb, such a wonderful sunset, love it …

  • Thanks Tom

    – Neil

  • Darryl Fowler
    Darryl Fowlerover 5 years ago

    well captured Neil this must be the most photographed tree in australia..!!
    did you know the other photographers there.?

  • Thanks Darryl. No, there were a couple from Melbourne and 2 or 3 from the Geelong area and a couple of others I didn’t talk to.

    – Neil

  • Andrew Widdowson
    Andrew Widdowsonover 5 years ago

    Nice one Neil :-)

  • Thanks Drew

    – Neil

  • Melinda Kerr
    Melinda Kerrover 5 years ago

    I think I’ve got to add to that crowd one day. Wonderful Neil.

  • :) Thanks Mel, may see you there one day

    – Neil

  • Dave Law
    Dave Lawover 5 years ago

    Beautiful image Neil.

  • Thanks Dave

    – Neil

  • Rosemaree
    Rosemareeover 5 years ago

    Lovely Neil…. The sun setting has given it a beautiufl glow…Wonderful

  • Thanks Rosemaree. Like your new avatar :)

    – Neil

  • simonesphotos
    simonesphotosover 5 years ago

    Nice work Neil love the glow in the sky.

  • Thanks Simone

    – Neil

  • Keegan Wong
    Keegan Wongover 5 years ago

    Awesome. You must’ve stayed till sunset, now that’s dedication to the shot Neil!

  • Thanks Keegan. No I went at sunset and stayed till well after complete darkness.

    – Neil

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