After a few hiccups along the way, we found ourselves sliding to the base like a well practised first base runner, just in time to ping the cool artwork at the Silo’s in Northam.
Pretty happy with how this one turned out considering we could have easily missed it!
I spent the weekend on a very impromptu adventure with a few mates, setting out to Lake Ballard on Friday arvo, arriving at the lake around 2330 and then did a 2 hour shoot.
After a sunrise shoot we headed back to Northam, where we were very well looked after by locals Peter Hodge and Merv French, which in turn paved the way for this morning’s ballon flights.
An action packed weekend for sure, but quite successful!
This is the first image I have had a chance to look at.
A 10 minute exposure from my new Nikon D810a and the camera does that length exposure in camera….boom! 🙂
I set out to do my cross fit this evening, but ended up wagging it as I saw what was looming on the sunset front.
Here is 3 images shot this evening.
There were surprisingly few people out this evening, so hopefully these images will make up for those who missed this evenings show!
Here is a perspective of Gordon Dam that is a bit ‘out there’ and it is one of my Mega stitches and stacks, so the image is focused all the way through.
This is similar to a shot I took in High Street Fremantle recently, but the skies attracted me to pull over and shoot it again.
I shot it last week on a cold and storming morning giving the image the moody effect you can see above.
I had a few cracks at these ranges last weekend and saw the varying moods of the Sentinels .
This particular capture shows the drama mood of the ranges quite well as the clouds were lifting before the next frontal attack.
I was heading out this morning to do a quick commercial shoot when I saw this approaching. A quick diversion and boom! 🙂
Then try as I may to get in front of the main leader, I could not, so just stopped and pinged where I was…then the heavens opened up!
As some of you are aware, we spent last weekend down at the Lake Pedder Wilderness Lodge as guests of one of the new operators down there, Chris Podesta.
Chris looked after us very well and shared his vision for the lodge, which I am sure will be a success, given his drive and enthusiasm.
The video is a quick snapshot of the experiences to be had in the region, but certainly only just that…a quick snap shot!
You can see the video here
On the way back down from Lake Pedder yesterday, we dropped into Russell falls which were in full swing with all the snow melt further up the river.
The hardest part was keeping the lens dry.
Our guide, Chris Podesta, has a great little dog called Oscar, who ended up being the star of the show yesterday morning.
Such a vibrant little dog and totally devoted to his master.
On the way to this location, which is called Ted’s beach, Chris was telling me how he had seen a white rainbow the previous day.
Order one white rainbow to go and boom! Very cool!