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Alternate view of Woodend Beach Sunrise Framed Print
Alternate view of Woodend Beach Sunrise Framed Print
Alternate view of Woodend Beach Sunrise Framed Print
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Woodend Beach Sunrise
Designed by Rod Kashubin
One of the most stunning sunrises we have seen in New Zealand happened on the last day of our trip on a beautiful beach north of Christchurch. Dramatic clouds left only a tiny space for sun to shine through and it was using that moment fully with rich orange light. It is hard to bring the full experience of being there with a photograph and I can only hope it is giving similar impression and awe. There was also a seal that came up on a sunlit beach just after this shot. I would not even notice it if I did not stop on a way back and talked to a local guy appreciating the moment. He pointed me to the seal and said he was also a local fellow who comes up quite often. While I was changing a lens few horses raced by, needless to say in a beautiful light. Though riders were careful and slowed down near the seal it did not appreciate all the fuss and went back for a swim shortly after. Just when I finally changed my lens for a zoom. Here is luck, you cannot have everything. Well, maybe we meet next time. As for the horses, there is a training school nearby, apparently, and they are quite an often sight there. Lens flare on the picture is a real work of Sun. Interestingly enough, I was avoiding using my Samyang lens with f22 aperture the whole trip as lens is said to be best at f11. On the last day I decided to give it a try and, I must say, I quite like the effect. I think it really shows how shiny and bright it was. What a place and what a moment! . All Rights Reserved © Rod Kashubin, "Travel blog - Licensing - Contact": *** *Serving suggestions* !,550x550,walnut,off_white,flat30,l,ffffff.u3.jpg!:

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Woodend Beach Sunrise by Rod Kashubin