MUCH BETTER VIEWED LARGER
Sydney is great for sunrises, it quite often receives spectacular sunrises as it greets the sunrises that appear from the east.
This shot shows the city skyline as seen from North Sydney CBD on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour, in the foreground is Lavender Bay.
Technique: HDR , 5 Bracketted images processed with Photomatix Pro with avery slight adjustment (sharpening & contrast) in Capture NX.
Equipment: Nikon D300 , Nikon 18-200mm lens
No filters or colour adjustment
1) RED SKY AT NIGHT… means that as the sun sets in the west, if it has a red hue or color to it, then the moisture was further west of their location. Thus SAILORS DELIGHT. A beautiful sunset.
2) RED SKY IN MORN…means that as the sunlight from the rising sun passes through moisture, it too will be red. This means that with the rotation of the earth, this will bring this moisture (and possible storm) right on top of them and it is only a few hours away. SO SAILORS TAKE WARN."
I hope this bit of weather science helps.