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Sunday Slither

14 Sept 2014: An early slither of sun shone through allowing for a momentary glimpse of the sunrise before a heavy band of fog rolled in engulfing the entire lake. Fortunately the fog lifted to reveal a glorious spring day, perfect for outdoor adventures, sporting grand finals and our nationals flower spectacle, Floriade.

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Paul Jurak

kayakcameraman

kayakcameraman

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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