Caught this dramatic sky just mere minutes before the sun dipped below a thick wall of clouds again. I just love the light after a thunderstorm.
It’s the long weekend. Queen’s birthday. Usually, we’d be out of town doing something. But since we were in town this whole weekend, I figured it was more opportunities for me to explore locally. This evening, I ventured back to Waverton Oval to catch the sunset over the city.
Fairly happy with how this picture came out. Haha although to be honest, if I’d a little Photoshop chops (or even just access to Photoshop!), I could have exposed a much longer shutter for the clouds, then merged it with this foreground to get an even more dramatic look. As it is, I couldn’t risk a shutter speed slower than 25 seconds before the boats blurred from swaying in the gentle evening breeze.
It’s been a while – or feels like it at least – that I’ve woken up to chase the sunrise. Reckon this is the best chance to do it, before daylight savings ends tomorrow and throws us back an hour. It’s been a hazy few days. But at least the weather turned out great. We hit the water soon after too, for a spot of kayaking in Tunks Park and Middle Harbour.