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Ditto Day

6 May 2013: How good is Canberra? I was severed up another day that was nearly identical to yesterdays and trust me I’m not complaining. I’m amazed at how many serene starts we continually have, the only thing that I am noticing is that we are hitting the sub zero temperatures now and it won’t be long before the water on my hatches begin to freeze again. Then you know it’s cold!

Ditto day has begun

Ditto day has begun



Super smooth conditions once again

Super smooth conditions once again

The water was like a sheet of glass.

The water was like a sheet of glass.

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I've lost count how many calm mornings we have had in autumn.

I’ve lost count how many calm mornings we have had in autumn.

Ahhhhh the serenity.

Ahhhhh the serenity.

Balloons Aloft again

Balloons Aloft again

With crystal clear skies

With crystal clear skies

Although the fingers were a bit crisper this morning than yesterday.

Although the fingers were a bit crisper this morning than yesterday.

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Floating in the main basin with 'Big Stevo'

Floating in the main basin with ‘Big Stevo’

Another great morning was had on Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra. I hope that you enjoyed the photos.

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    • Thanks Janet, I’m so glad that you like the shots. This autumn has been truly stunning and it has been one of the mildest for a while. We certainly have been treated to a few cracker sunrises.

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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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