What a blissful morning it was out on LBG this morning. It began with soft pastel tones twenty minutes before the scheduled sunrise and transformed into a captivating display of gorgeous colours and vivid reflections. There was plenty of activity with SUP’s, outriggers, sculls and loads of people enjoying and utilising our lake.
Lake Burley Griffin is a national landmark that has provided it’s locals and visitors with so many memorable moments over the past 50 years. It’s has been a privilege to be able to witness and photograph the kaleidoscope of colours and seasonal features that Lake Burley Griffin offers me each day as a backdrop.
What I love about photography and paddling is that it provides me with an incredibly calm headspace. It is my meditation. No two days are the same, and each day provides me with a natural light show that sometimes leaves me gasping in wonder. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I have enjoyed capturing these moments.
5 Oct 2014: This morning I paddled my way into a beautiful pastel sunrise at Tuross Head. The early morning light was superb and the soft tones created a very relaxed atmosphere out on the water. I hope you enjoy the shots
9 Sept 2014: I was treated to a wonderful light show this morning in Canberra. The clouds acted as a natural filter softening the sunlight which cast gorgeous pastel tones to light up the sky. It started off with soft mauves tones and it quickly transformed into a stunning vivid light show.We are treated to many stunning mornings and this one was no exception!
6 Sept 2014: Today’s sunset will be etched in my mind for a long time. I am continually awestruck by the beautiful sunsets that we are treated to here in Canberra. They are a constant reminder of how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful city. I’m so grateful to be able to experience and share these magical moments with you.
9 Aug 2014: It felt as though I was paddling in a living painting. Mother Nature mesmerised me this morning by beginning the day with gorgeous pastel pinks which slowly transitioned into soft sublime tones. It’s hard to believe that these beautiful conditions would result from subzero temperatures and heavy fog.
3 Aug 2014: What a start to the morning with minus 5 temps, crystal clear skies, mist dancing on the water. Despite the cold biting at my face and my fingers and toes burning I couldn’t resist paddling further so that I could watch the scenery transform. I was transfixed by the sunrise which rose resembling a pot of gold. Behind me was a soft palette of soft pastel tones. Winter at its best with snow play available in the Brindabella’s and perfect clear skies for all to enjoy