28 Sept 2014: It felt like I was paddling in a Turner painting. This was such an amazing experience that will be etched in my mind for ever. I hope you enjoy the photos.
I began paddling from the west basin and headed towards the main basin
Yet again the water was like a sheet of glass
You could see the heavy fog rolling into the main basin from the east and I was so excited to see what going unfold.
The fog began to glow gold as I headed under Commonwealth Avenue Bridge
At this point I knew that I was going to be treated to a stunning sunrise.
It just kept getting better with each passing minute
I had the entire lake all to myself, how cool is that!
Then the fog light up in spectacular style moments before the sun was about to appear.
It was truly stunning, Canberra you have done it again!
I just couldn’t believe my eyes, this was gorgeous.
I was in total awe at this point. The water was blanketed in gold as the sun popped its head from golden mist. It just doesn’t get any better than this!
The scenery was sublime, it was like I was paddling in a Turner Painting
There wasn’t any need for speed at all; I wasn’t moving for anyone.
I just drifted away and soaked up every minute of it. This sunrise was going in slow motion.
It looked like ‘The Scorchers Sunrise.’
The atmosphere was amazing as the fog slowly engulfed me.
Everyone who witnessed this sunrise was totally captivated by it.
The further I paddled into the fog the more immersed I become.
What a brilliant start to the day
I was in another world, This was mind blowingly beautiful
This was such a surreal and stunning sunrise, it was one of the best that I have experienced for some time.
I hope that you enjoyed photos as much as I enjoyed capturing them. I have been floating all day 🙂