A rainbow preceding a mid morning rainshower sweeping across the waters of The Rip Queenscliff at Port Phillip Heads on The Bellarine Peninsula, showing the sign of the Covenant made between God and mankind, so many years ago.

Pentax K5 Camera. – 1/25 Sec. @ f13 ISO 100
Pentax 18-55 lens – 18mm.
Two RAW image edited in ACDSee Pro5 then stitched together in Panorama Maker Pro4.


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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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