25th July 2017
It was a cold morning with a fresh South Westerly wind adding to the chill factor.
The tide was low when I waded into the water. As you can see, the conditions were rough.
There was not even a sign of a fishing boat or Pelicans at sunrise, due to the weather conditions.
They knew the fish would not be ‘running’.
Although the clouds were sparse on the horizon, I waited for the sun to burst through the clouds.
Sometimes things are not what they seem, only better.
That’s what I love about being a Landscape Photographer, the excitement of expecting the unexpected.
I thrive on the moments of expectancy as to what the light is going to do next. My camera, filters and tripod are always at the ready!
Landscape and seascape photography is not just what I do, but it represents who I am. It is my identity.
Water has and will always be an attraction for me. There is something about a lake, an ocean and a river, isn’t there?
Whether it is calm, with wonderful reflections or tumultuous, it is the creative brilliance of God that fascinates and draws you into Who He is!
Wellington Point, Brisbane, Australia.
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