Who doesn’t love a good storm.
I have seen plenty of storms in my lifetime but last nights dry lightning was definitely one of the best. I shot this storm over 2 hours and captured over 90 strikes........
Seven years today since I passed my commercial licence. What a way to spend it. Never would I have thought back then that I would be flying out of my home airport, in the greatest aeroplane in the world ✈️
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Here’s to tackling life’s obstacles head-on, one cup at a time ☕️ #qotd
#everydaycreativeatoz Day 19. S is for Sunset over Sydney Harbour.
This photo was taken last month at a family wedding held at Pier One.
The first recorded European discovery of Sydney Harbour was in 1770 by Lieutenant James Cook. It was here in 1788 that Governor Philip established the first colony in Australia, which was to become the City of Sydney.
Construction on Pier One was started in 1910, and it opened in 1912 as a shipping wharf. It was designed for both cargo and passengers. From 1923 it was used exclusively as a passenger terminal for P&O Cruises until the early 1960s, then as a cargo wharf until 1977. It was redeveloped for commercial use -- restaurants, retail and amusements -- before being restored and updated into the hotel and function centre it is today.
And it affords a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which opened in 1932. Did you know that the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the tallest steel arch bridge in the world measuring 134m (440ft) from the top of the arch to the water level. I didn't! It's funny the things you find when doing a photo challenge. 😆
I’m currently counting down my top 10 images of 2017. Number 7 is from a beautiful morning down at Bronte Baths. I’ve shot this ocean pool many times over the past couple of years but never had any decent light up until April this year when the sky exploded with amazing colours.
Well I thought I would finish my High Country Victoria posts off with a bang, from that first lighting storm over Falls Creek. Thanks so much for having me out guys and I can’t wait to come back. This was shot on my Olympus E-M1 Mark II using Live Composite mode. 🌩⚡️😍 @SeeHighCountry#SeeHighCountry