Autumn in Sydney is the best time of year. I am pretty sure those of you who keep a sharp eye on my work would have heard me say that before. Recently Sydney has been blessed with an incredible run of bright, blue sky days, totally flat seas and gentle winds. There has been no rain, so the water is super clear. I have not seen a run of conditions so suited to aerial and underwater photography for around three years. To make the most of it I have been flying around in a helicopter focusing on the part of the world I call home, Manly Beach (although I snuck an image from Maroubra in here as well), you can click on the images for more information about each photograph and their exact locations. When not in the air I have been working on some underwater scenes, taking advantage of the clear water.
As always if you like what you see please leave me a comment below.
Enjoy your day,
Enjoy your day,
To the west of Sydney is an area of bushland called the Blue Mountains. The area has had an incredibly dry summer and as a preventative measure the authorities decided to conduct some controlled burn offs to reduce the risk of bushfires. The smoke blanketed the city for nearly two days. However, the result was one of the most spectacular sunrises I have ever seen. I have put two images up here, one with a friend of mine in the frame and one without. I am curious to hear which one you like best, so please leave a comment and let me know. Both are available from my online store.
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