Relaxed Sunday Start

27 OCT 2013: The sunrise changed colour three times this morning as it burnt through the fog. There were beams of light burning through the Mist, pelicans were silhouetted in the fog and the swans drifted elegantly on glassy waters. All of these elements combined to make for a very relaxing start to my Sunday.

slicing my way through glassy waters

slicing my way through glassy waters



Greta refection's once again

Great refection’s once again

The mist was dancing on the lilies

The mist was dancing on the lilies

The pelicans were easing their way into Sunday as well.

The pelicans were easing their way into Sunday as well.

Here comes the sun

Here comes the sun

It looked fantastic as it burnt through the haze on the horizon.

It looked fantastic as it burnt through the haze on the horizon.

Golden stepping stones

Golden stepping stones

This is my favourite shot from the morning. I just sat there for about 10 minutes in awe. Looked stunning !

This is my favourite shot from the morning. I just sat there for about 10 minutes in awe. Looked stunning !

The suns fingers tickling warmth on my face. It's nice when it's a 2 degree start to the day :)

The suns fingers tickling warmth on my face. It’s nice when it’s a 2 degree start to the day 🙂

Everything made for a very relaxing start to Sunday. it's nice to swan around and not be in any hurry at all.

Everything made for a very relaxing start to Sunday. It’s nice to swan around and not be in any hurry at all.

8 thoughts on “Relaxed Sunday Start

  1. Completely stunning, Paul. I thought of you as we travelled slowly and quietly up the Gordon River from Strahan in Tasmania. Spectacular reflections and glorious growth on the banks. Hope you enjoyed China with the boys. Cheers, Jen

    • Hi Jen,
      That sounds like you had a beautiful trip on the Gordon River, I have only visited Tasmania (Hobart) and I am super keen to explore Tassie’s water ways, estuaries, creeks and hinterlands more in the future. We had a wonderful experience in China thanks, I just loved it. What a cultural experience, the people were so friendly, the history was mind blowing, the team had a great tour and it will be a trip that will be etched in my mind for ever. I have been going through my photos and looking forward to putting together a nice photostory of the time spent. Problem is that I have too many shots to choose from (nice problem to have hey ). I have landscape, city-scapes, portraits, urban and many more shots to select from. Great to hear that you had a great time cruising through Tasmania.
      All the best
      Paul

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