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Mist + calm + reflections = WOW

7 April 2013: This morning LBG created the illusion that I was somewhere else in the world or even in a fictional movie. The misty autumn conditions are just leaving wanting more and more. I never tire of the scenery especially when the conditions produce such stunning imagery

6.03am: Lake Burley Griffin welcoming committee

6.03am: Lake Burley Griffin welcoming committee



Misty morning are the best

I’m just loving these misty morning sessions.

You could be anywhere in the world.

You could be anywhere in the world.

But LBG has that feel about when the conditions are like this.

Ahhhhh the mystique.

This shot has a sepia feel about it.

The mystical  Molonglo

But usually mist is associated with glassy water.

The swans are so angelic and graceful.

Swans are so angelic and graceful.

Once the mist burns off you are treated to a beautiful day.

Once the mist burns off you are treated to a beautiful day.

The parting of the red mist.

The parting of the red mist.

I never tire of the scenery especially when the conditions produce such stunning imagery.

I never tire of the scenery especially when the conditions produce such stunning imagery.

The head space it provides me with allows me to put things into perspective.

The head space it provides me with allows me to put things into perspective.

I always return back happy and relaxed. I hope that you have enjoyed this morning’s snap shots from our Sunday morning paddle!

I always return back happy and relaxed. I hope that you have enjoyed this morning’s snap shots from our Sunday morning paddle!

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  1. I love your photographs. It is a lovely way to start the day. I feel misty eyed after viewing some of your stunning record of our beautiful scenery. As a carer of someone with cancer and on chemotherapy we can share your joy. Thank you.

    • Hi Robyn, I am so happy to hear that you and you friend like the shots, I hope it can provide a bit of escapism from the chemo and allow them to drift off into the sunrises for a while. We are so lucky here in Canberra as we experience some stunning light shows. Thanks for taking time out from you day to touch base and say hello. Kind regards…Paul

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Paul Jurak

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I’m a kayaker who has fallen in love with photography. You'll find me quietly snapping away at the unique seasonal changes that take place around me. I began paddling on the lake as a way to rebuild both my body and mind after enduring an intensive three-month bout of chemotherapy due to testicular cancer. I had never paddled a kayak prior to this and very quickly discovered how stunning it is to be on the water looking out – rather than in. What I love about photography and paddling is that it provides you with best head space. This is why I love my daily paddles, as it gives me peace and contentment along with some of the best natural light shows. Why would you not want to experience it!

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