The historic lifeboat shed, on the Queenscliff Pier was built originally in 1926 on another pier and relocated to this site in 1946. It was home to the Watson Class Lifeboat ‘Queenscliffe’, an integral part of many a sea rescue amid the stormy waters of the Port Phillip Heads area.
Further history can be found here

Pentax K20D Camera – S.speed 2 Sec – f22 – ISO 200
Sigma 18 -125 mm lens – 18mm
Edited in ACDSee Pro3.

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I often stand in awe and admire the beauty of God’s Creation. The colours, textures, tones and shapes,especially the way the light falls and reflects, thus revealing things often overlooked, particularly during the grandeur of a sunrise or sunset, or the spectacle of a rainbow.
I really just want to try and capture and share some of what I see as “The Creator’s Handiwork”.

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  • midzing
    midzingover 5 years ago

    beautiful lighting,,, love the colour of the sky, well done Phil

  • Andy Newman
    Andy Newmanover 5 years ago

    Classic composition, nice work!

  • Ellen van Deelen
    Ellen van Deelenover 5 years ago

    Very beautiful image Phil; Excellent colors and light!

  • Kelly Cavanaugh
    Kelly Cavanaughover 5 years ago

    Beautiful colors, lighting and composition, Phil!

  • solo75
    solo75over 5 years ago

    Nice side-lighting.

  • RanyLutz
    RanyLutzover 5 years ago

    Cool! Looks like there is a rolling ramp for launching….

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 5 years ago

    Wonderful light on this iconic building.

  • odarkeone
    odarkeoneover 5 years ago

    Fantastic Phil inst Fav

  • Hans Kawitzki
    Hans Kawitzkiover 5 years ago

    Fantastic light Phil,guess it must have been sunrise,like the position of the rail here

  • AlMiller
    AlMillerover 5 years ago

    Beautiful shot Phil

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