28-July 2013: Unbelievable! Vivid reds and vibrant oranges lit up the morning skies to produce one of the best sunrises that I have seen for a while. But it didn’t stop there, then the morning transformed into an amazing light spectrum that constantly wowed me for the entire that I was out there. The glassy waters of Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra were the perfect accompaniment and at times it felt like I was slicing through the clouds. The photos just don’t do it justice and as note, none of my photo’s are digitally enhanced at all, this makes it even more amazing.
The optical explosion has begun.
Pink mist was dancing on the surface.
6.44am: Loving the tones and the glassy water.
Paddle Cam was working well.
A hint of gold is now starting to develop.
6.47am: What an amazing light show.
Paddling into the pastel dawn
I had to pinch myself to make sure that I wasn’t dreaming.
Pinks to the west and the mirrored reflections were brilliant.
7.07am: Into the main basin and the morning transformation is moving into the next stage.
National High Court and the National Library looking very cool.
3D sunrise coming right at you.
The golden phase was surreal.
There was no need for speed at all.
Entering into the west basin where it felt like we were paddling on the clouds.
I hope that you like the shots and have a great Sunday.