I thought I’d set out somewhere different this evening to shoot the Super Moon and not the traditional Kings Park like I am sure most would have headed to.
Initially I thought I had failed the mission as there were cool clouds over the city and none where I was and I had a reasonably strong offshore heading into me.
I decided to stay put in any case as one of my rules of photography, is make a plan and stick to it.
Well…the wind died down and the moon came up…not to mention the clouds moved down!
All in all not a bad capture I think!
11 images stitch.
Another Friday the 13th Full Moon shot from last night!
Murf and I went out to shoot the Friday the 13th Full Moon this evening and had a few issues finding the right location…but I managed to pull this one off in the end!
East Perth bridge leading into the Graham Farmer tunnel.
I went down to Pinjarra last night to go for a shoot with my mate Phil to hopefully shoot to super moon.
Epic fail on that front due to the rain as you can see with the umbrellas but I managed to coming away with something by simply looking behind me!
It’s been a sensational weekend here at Rottnest this Australia Day weekend and I have selected this photo as one that I think typifies the Aussy day experience at Rottnest.
Full moon rising and a light sea breeze closing the day out with a boat coming back through the channel markers with 4 Aussy flags off the aerials.
We had some sensational weather down South today. This morning I did a run out to Rocky Point and got some inspiration to come back there for a sunset shoot and then had a double bonus of a full moon setting over the water.
With a building swell I was also able to capture some nice little waves coming in.
So, the final scene that came together was Full moon setting, stairway to the moon, a peeling left hander and some sweet light.
As I mentioned in my comment on the last post, a rethink on what I was trying to portray suggested a rework of the concept I posted yesterday.
I think this is more like what I had in mind with the look and for me anyway, I do prefer this result.
Hopefully you do as well!
The statement, ‘Stairway to the Moon’ evokes a lot of emotion and often fond memories of places like Broome where the moon reflections on the mudflats create a stairway of light to the moon.
When I saw this statue on the weekend, it certainly evoked some intrigue within me and off the back of that intrigue, I played around and created this composition.
To me the little guys are on a mission to get somewhere…and why not shoot for the moon!
In keeping with the previous post this was a 3/4 moonrise shot recently whilst out with Jamie Paterson…in fact he was standing right next to me on this occasion!
We decided to go down to Point Perron this evening and capture the moon rise . Whilst there I was not sure if I had achieved the mission with my focus but as it turned out at least one of the shots was OK.
Hope you like it!