17 June 2013: The title for this morning’s paddle would have to be ‘Monday Morning Marbled Marvel’. I was out on LBG an hour before the scheduled sunrise enjoying another calm and serene Canberra morning. The winds were light and the scattered clouds provided an awesome effect playing with the morning light. You can see why I am addicted to my morning paddles on LBG. There is no better way to start the working week. I hope you have a great week and enjoy this mornings shots.
6.24am: The great thing about the early morning starts is the light reflections from bridges.
6.34am: The sunrise was still 35mins away and at this point I could see that it was going to be a marbled marvel.
It took me a few shots, but I managed to snap the flashing warning strobe on the foreshore pier.
I just love the pre-dawn violet tones.
The V8 sculls tearing up the lake.
I never seem to tire of them.
7.05am: Trying it best to lighten up the morning.
A splash of pink
7.16am: Into the golden phase
As the morning progressed the winds lessened to leave me with glassy water to return back. I just wished I could have stayed out there for another two hours. Foiled by work again 🙂