– Pink Rain –

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The sunset that occurred last night while waiting for the forecasted storms to arrive was nothing short of spectacular. As the sun dipped below the horizon the light hit the back of the rain and created an incredible glowing pink, that almost seemed to pulsate as the suns light hit different parts of the clouds.
It only last for about 2 minutes, but to witness it was amazing! I only wish that I time-lapsed it!

Not the strongest composition ever, but I could not go past capturing what I thought to be a special moment.

Sugarloaf Revisted

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Whenever I head to the south-west I always try and shoot Sugarloaf at least once.
Arguably the most photographed spot in the area, most angles have been shot before, but I still just can’t help and make the trek here.
A chance of thunderstorms this morning brought high expectations for myself and fellow storm nut and photographer Jaden McLean but they decayed before reaching the capes, however the remaining cloud was pretty awesome.

Lightning at Last

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FINALLY!!! As with many of you, we woke this morning to the magical sound of thunder. Woohoo. 

I thought I had missed the boat, but just after 6am a cell decided to redevelop over my place in Butler.
Stoked to have got this shot, with no lightning trigger and handheld! Woohoo! First lightning shot with the zeiss!

Bring the storms!

Another underside shot from this morning.
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Pulsing Swells

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Recently I had the privilege of shooting in the south-west with a group of photographers who I admire greatly. On one morning we headed to the pretty popular location of Sugarloaf Rock, as I had shot there on a few occasions I thought I would go for a wander around to see if I could capture some of the larger swell pushing towards the coast.
This shot shows the swell pulsing over the rocks just off the coast. Combined with the colours of the morning light, it made for a pretty epic sunrise.