Glow Cloud


It’s bulbous lingering structure hovered precariously over the earth. It’s form rendering in my mind.

My imagination triggered the reforming cloud into various shapes.

The enigma started to dwindle in size, spreading out as the centred mass continued to grow. The forceful patterns of charcoal grey stirred in its inferno, edges trimmed with a golden glow. The cloud was rising.

A break of light streamed through the atmospheric grave into a tremendous glow. Rays of magically charged particles seemed to conquer the darkness as the golden light fell upon the wisps of air.

I sat in awe at nature’s wonder and thought we live in an amazing world.

sunlight hitting a cloud

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Fremantle Port Lightning


 

Lightning is possibly one of the hardest subjects in landscape photography to master. The rain, hail and threat of being struck are all obstacles a photographer must overcome.

If you are wanting to try to master this power surge the best advice I could give is to be prepared. Ensure you know the location and have adequate cover from the elements before the storm hits as this ensures you don’t get wet!

This image was photographed from one of the lookouts near Fremantle. I have been wanting to use this location for a while now –  I just needed the right storm! As always you can download this photo for free:

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Lightning over the Port Of Fremantle

Photographed using the Canon EOS 1D MK IV, 3 images Stitched.

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Tranquil Cottesloe


 

How wants to go for a swim here?

Photographed at the beautiful Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia

 

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Sunset over the ocean

Photographed with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1

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Sands of Time


 

Dry, arid and parched, my mouth mirrored the surroundings of the desert. Signs of life seemed non-existent.

Rows of dark blackened sticks stood lonesome. Twisted and deformed from the heat, the once supporter’s of life braved the wind as they struggled to stand. The distant storm was departing, as scrambled drops lay embossed on the sand’s surface. Their impact was unsustainable.

I stood in amazement when the sun revealed itself through a diffused cloud. The softening glow seemed to cast an iridescent shadow of the dunes almost bring them to life. As the clouds passed the changing forms of the landscape were revealed. The desert was alive and beautiful.

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Indian Ocean Drive

Photographed with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1

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A Day at the Beach


 

A day at the beach – I don’t think there is a better way to start the month of March!

Sometimes the simplest photos make the best photos. What do you think? Is this photo too boring?

Blue sky and the ocean

 

Photographed at Cosy Corner, located near Albany in Australia’s south west. 

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A Walk In The Trees


This photograph was composed from two images taken with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1.

I still can’t get over the incredible image quality from the Fujifilm workhorse. Certainly a camera I highly recommend!

What about you? Do you have a favourite camera? Let me know in the comments below. I would be interested to hear what gear you shoot with and why.

A path through the trees

Photographed with the Fujifilm X-Pro 1

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