There was iridescence in the sky wet of the Illawarra last night. The sunlight passing through the icy clouds, creates a rainbow effect.
Yet another beautiful sunset. I went outside to unwind and an array of clouds in the western sky bore the promise of a glowing sunset.
Love looking at the sky. There is always something happening and I am yet to see a repeat. Back in May, Venus was quite bright in the western sky following sunset.
During this Autumn the skies over the Illawarra have been impressive, particularly at sunset. The moon has been a part of these evening performances as well.
A few weeks back I was capturing the clouds as sunset progressed and I made a few attempts to photograph the moon through the thin evening clouds. A few of the photographs are in the gallery below.
The photographs in this gallery were taken on the 7th May 2012 looking west towards Nebo from Figtree. This Autumn is proving to rich with the most impressive of sunsets and these images demonstrate how the sky seemed to be on fire this particular evening.
The photographs in this gallery were taken on the 12th May 2012 looking west towards Nebo from Figtree. I had the feeling given the cirrus clouds and the sunset that there mighty be iridescent clouds and luckily my prediction proved true.
The photographs in this gallery were taken on the 5th May 2012 looking west towards Nebo from Figtree. Another brilliant sunset. There have been many.
The photographs in this gallery were taken on the 28th April 2012 looking west towards Nebo from Figtree. This Autumn is proving to rich with incredible sunsets.
The blue was deep and the cirrus clouds overhead gave things perspective. I stopped outside Red Hill MRT, grabbed my camera and took four photographs.
Managed to photograph a halo around the sun today with the help of a balustrade and a tree trunk.
About midday thin icy clouds began to float by the sun and an array of colours began to appear as the sunlight passed through the ice crystals.
Darcy Moore and I went galavanting again on Saturday morning and took photographs at the Boneyard near Bombo and Kiama, New South Wales. An early start to the day.
Went walking with Darcy. Early yesterday morning. Darcy had quite easily convinced me to meet him at 5.00AM to photograph the sunrise over the Pacific Ocean. I have not been on a photographic excursion with Darcy for a while so I thought, “Bugger it, why not?” I was awake well before sparrow’s fart, had a(…)
I was fond of the storms that criss-crossed Singapore. These great storms would roll in with high winds and driving rain. I would watch them from the windows of our flat in Bukit Batok. I photographed the storms and this is one such occasion. The swirling clouds, intense rain, the smell of the rain and(…)
One morning some time back I had the opportunity to photograph a sunrise. I was at North Wollongong Beach. The sun rises over the Pacific Ocean, our eastern horizon. I was pushing the limit with exposures, concerned I would burn the living daylights out of the old Sony digital camera that I was using. Well,(…)