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March 30, 2013

Don’t Forget To Turn Around

Last night I was out on the beach photographing here in Adelaide. It was a bit of a frustrating evening. As often happens, I met some interesting people and had some nice conversations. But, the clouds were not co-operating, and I couldn’t get the image I was looking for. After the sun had set, I […]

Largs Bay B&W

Last night I was out on the beach photographing here in Adelaide. It was a bit of a frustrating evening. As often happens, I met some interesting people and had some nice conversations.

But, the clouds were not co-operating, and I couldn’t get the image I was looking for. After the sun had set, I walked along the beach to try and create something using the cloud formations, which you can see above. It wasn’t the dramatic sunset I was looking for, but at least this was better than nothing.

Then, as I started to pack up my gear, more than half an hour after sunset, I turned to look at the ocean one last time and saw the horizon ablaze in a wash of reds and oranges. Honestly, I could easily have walked off with even noticing.

The image below has had very little done, in terms of processing, it didn’t really need it.

It’s so easy to take for granted little miracles like this – we get obsessed with something we set for that we can’t see the thing that’s right in front of us. Sometimes, we need to turn around.

Fire At Sunset

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