Musings of a middle aged misfit.
Oh, a classic capture indeed! I love it! And what fantastic skies! Through blogging, I've come to know so many wonderful people from Australia and that has just increased a desire I've had for years to visit there. Your photos are the next best thing! Have a wonderful weekend, Ann!Sylvia
Every tourist would go wild to get a classic photo look this.
A grey sky but the sun poking through provided you with some fantastic light. Was this taken from teh Cahill Expressway walkway or Circular Quay station?
Hope you are well in watery Australia. Take care.Cheers from http://mymuskoka.blogspot.com/2011/01/quick-pull-over-huge-penguin.html
Cahill Expressway, Jim. Late afternoon, wide end of the lens.
Stunning. One of your best!
Yep, got all those answers correct!!WA = 18mm ?
That's as wide as I go at the moment. Without looking at the exif data (which I can't on the online one as its been resized etc) can't be sure but it looks like 18mm. Thinking of getting a superwide (Canon 10-20?) before I go overseas next.
But still never boring and very nice.Have a great weekend & happy SWF!
It is better than a classic tourist shot because of the unique proportions that you have used. The light is fabulous too. Well done.
Fantastic clouds, so beautiful with the light below!-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
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