Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Magical Misty Meelup

This morning I went to Meelup. There was a superb sunrise, but that wasn’t the star attraction this morning. The sea was obviously still warm and there was a cold offshore sea breeze blowing. The warm air over the ocean was meeting the cold air off the land, and creating a fog which was moving rapidly out to sea. The combination of the fog, and the sunrise was amazing. This shot shows the fog. It was taken after sunrise, and looking away from the sunrise.

Meelup sea fog

Meelup sea fog

This second one is a “classical” Meelup shot.

Classical Meelup with sea fog visible

Classical Meelup with sea fog visible

The next shows the sunrise at its most  spectacular.

And finally some lovely tones. It was a superb mornings shooting, and I have lots more to stitch!

Meelup sunrise

Meelup sunrise

Meelup sunrise

Meelup sunrise

Meelup sunrise and fog
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2 responses

  1. The fog is kinda cool on the bottom shot mate!

    June 1, 2011 at 11:04 am

  2. It was hard to get it to show up in the photos. The best I got was a shot nearly into the rising sun, and you could see it rising off the ocean. But it was a lousy photo in all other respects as you might expect.

    June 1, 2011 at 11:38 am

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