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.
Light began to fall with a golden glow guiding the sailing boats along the choppy horizon. I watched in wonder as the boats moved back and forward navigating the openness of the earth. Vessels shot along back and forth like children’s toys in a tub. The race had begun.
Looking into the scene I couldn’t help but feel small at the sight of the over-towering clouds as light filtered magically through them, adding a richness to the scene.
After work yesterday I ventured to the top of Monument Hill in Fremantle to take advantage of its towering presence over the suburbs. The clouds were out in full force bouncing some beautiful light and it was my goal to capture them for later Photoshop use.
The sun was setting and I had carded a few great shots when I noticed another photographer in the area photographing a beautiful model.
I approached them both and introduced myself. I then asked if it would be okay to take a few photos, to which they replied no worries. My cloud photos could wait!
I found out the photographer and model had only been in Australia just over a month…when I asked them, are you enjoying living here? They both replied at the same time “its hot!”
These photos were captured using the Canon EOS 1D MK IV and Sigma 120-300mm