I had a request from a client for a large image of Perth for a feature wall in their new offices, so I set out this evening to take advantage of the tranquil conditions.
This is a 3 layer stitch of 33 images which ended up being 3.5 gig of epicness!
At 100% I can see the colour of the seats in the offices!
Here are a few more shots from my evening shoot the other night.
I have been driving past these trees a lot lately and felt that there much be a composition there somewhere, so this morning I set out early to see what I could find.
Guess what…it was the morning when the Main Roads department also decided it was time to blow all the leaves around and to put a heap of red witches hats out, so what I ended up with was not quite what I had envisaged, but I am quite liking what i came away with in any case.
A lesson in thinking outside the box for sure! 🙂
I decided to head out to Kings Park this evening as the cloud build up over the hills was looking promising and was treated to quite a special show.
There were some visiting African dancers rehearsing for a show just in front of the memorial. It reminded me a bit of PNG actually with the dancing and singing and also how co-ordinated they were.
Their songs were quite different to other African melodies and it made for a very nice lead into the sunset.
The mega Thunderstorm I was hoping for didn’t eventuate, but there was a moment where the pink highlights made for a nice feature to the sunset and that image leads this post.
I nice way to see the weekend out for sure!
I met up with a couple of photogs this evening and were checking out the new Fuji X100 earlier on in the day and then we walked around seeing what we could see around sunset.
This pano caught my eye with the cool clouds somewhat making the scene.