A stunning day out today and very much Spring was in the air.
I went for a long walk along Quindalup Beach and found a stunning Carbon Fibre Foiling Cat at anchor waiting for a bit more breeze I suspect.
She would boogy in the right breeze I think!
I hope you all had a great day out and enjoyed the tranquil conditions!
I watched some interesting clouds developing this evening so headed out to Quindalup to see what was on offer.
This first one is from the drone then I got the Nikon out.
We are down south this weekend and I am tutoring my good mate Russell in photography, who got the photography bug after our trip to Tonga with the Humpbacks.
So whilst looking over his shoulder at the Quindalup jetty, I flew the drone and ended up with this little capture for the morning.
Russell is on a steep learning curve and going well!
I set out on Saturday down to Quindalup to see what was about and saw the low lying cloud slowly moving to the West, so I hung around in anticipation of the colour popping out of the shallows and this was the result.
A beautiful day down south this weekend.
The top image is a 7 image stitch just as the cloud bank was blown away and then I took the drop for a fly at Yallingup.
Good morning everyone!
I decided to head out to Quindalup jetty this morning and managed to capture some colour before the clouds and the rain set in.
A 5 image stitch and pretty happy with the result.
I went down to Quindalup this morning only to be greeted with a totally overcast sky, but decided to hang around and see what I could get.
Quindalup has been my nemesis for a while now as everything seems to be working agains me when I try to get a new angle to this very well captured location.
I think this has come out OK actually and is for sure the best so far.