Have been a bit slack lately with the blog, but have been really busy at work and home so photography is taking a backward seat at the moment. After a week of long meetings and nearing end of financial year, my weekend was spent dealing with a leaky roof and a couple of other emergencies that I won’t bore you with. I managed to steal some time tonight after the wife went to bed to process this photo from Pambula on the NSW South Coast. It was really a chance photo as we were returning from a day exploring Eden when we drove past Pambula River where the setting sun and glass like water gave way to this image. After clambering down the steep decent from the side of the road I managed to get there just in time before the sun disappeared over the hills thus loosing the light that made this shot. I don’t know what I went through on the way to taking this shot but I was picking thorns and other prickly things from my clothes for what felt like hours afterwards. It was a stitched image from probably 8 shots taken with the Nikon D90.
Thank god the winter solstice has come and gone! I know it is psychological but I can feel the change already and even though the brunt of winter hasn’t hit Canberra yet the lengthening days are something to look forward to. Hope everyone is getting some great photos.