Nightscape by @shaneilshekhar - Nothing like a night under the stars! Kicked off my first astro shoot for the season (yes I’m late 🤷🏽♂️) was good to dust off some cobwebs from my star tracker get used to polar alignment again and then try the Sony Gmaster 24/1.4 which blew my mind for Astro! I definitely made the right choice 💪🏼 anyway @avi_photography and I made a last minute dash to Bouddi National Park to capture these awesome rock patterns! Might have to do it one more time as I found a spot that was just amazing. It’s hard to fit the whole shot so please watch my story for the full picture.
What location next? 🤔
📍Bouddi National Park, NSW, Australia
📸 Sony a7R mk3
Beautiful shot by @erik.chen.904
We all want the truth to stand on our side, but we rarely try to stand on side of the truth.
2,4791118 April, 2019
The Freycinet Peninsula from the air, showing Hazards Beach to the left, Hazards Lagoon to the middle, Wineglass Bay to the right and the Hazard range in rear with Coles Bay and the Friendly Beaches in the far distance. So much beauty in one image!
Sometimes all you can do is put your camera down and just sit back and take in the view. Happy Easter everyone and hope you've been able to get out and enjoy the best of @Tasmania with this stunning weather! #beautyoftasmania
Every great city has a green story. Urban green spaces, parks and gardens should be an important consideration in the planning of every city.
6514711 April, 2019
Have you ever seen a Pink Lake? They actually do exist and they are natural. They are caused by the high level of Salt in the Water. With high temperatures and lots of sunlight Algae present in the Lake's Salt crust produces a red pigment called Beta Carotene which causes the pinkish appearance. The Lake returns back to normal in cooler months.