Classic Canberra Morning

3 Nov 2014: What a beautiful morning out on Lake Burley Griffin. I can’t believe that people can write and say that LBG hasn’t any life or activity. There were kayakers, stand up paddle boarders, dragon boats and hot air balloons floating through the morning mist. There was a multitude of sculls and their support crews flying past me on the water and at one point I was nearly ‘T- Boned’ by a quad. On the shore line there was plenty of action with boot camps, joggers, walkers, cyclists and dog walkers all enjoying a gorgeous Canberra morning. What a fantastic atmosphere and to top it all off, the day began with a beautiful golden glow!
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6 thoughts on “Classic Canberra Morning

  1. Stunning photos of the paddlers in the mist. I like the more industrial photos as well. They show a different side of the lake. It looks very busy out there, you will traffic lights or round a bouts soon..

  2. Paul I think the black and white photo through the Kingston foreshore should be entered into the B&W photo competition that you have entered

    • Thank you so much Lynn,

      I think I’m going to print that one off for myself. I’m a huge B&W fan, I’ve been really enjoying the B&W photography. I also enjoy B&W portraiture as well, I shot a little bit of it in China last year. It’s amazing how B&W can have such impact and create such feeling .

      I hope that you have a great day …. Paul

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