Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Sugarloaf Rocks

Last night the sky was looking promising for a spectacular sunset, so I went down to Sugarloaf Rock to watch it, and try for a night time shot with stars (still processing that one). I like to get out on the front looking back. It was a great night, made even better by the sight of a seal, two dolphins, and a pod of whales breaching offshore. For a while it seemed I had missed the sunset – behind me it was going wild. However eventually I started to get this pink glow in the clouds just after sunset. This was a lot more subdued than the sky looking directly at the sunset, but was still a lovely color.

Sugarloaf Rock

Sugarloaf Rock

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2 responses

  1. It looks like a scene from a romantic hollywood epic …Just so spectacular !!! Cant wait to see the one with the stars 😉 gotta keep us comin back for more!!!

    November 21, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    • The one with the stars is up now Marcia. Actually the whales breaching about 300m offshore was the highlight of the night. But I was photographing in the opposite direction and by the time I could change lenses and shoot in their direction they were long gone.

      Ian

      November 21, 2011 at 7:14 pm

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