September has been hot days with clear blue skies and no cloud. Sunsets have been red skies and clear skies, so tonight when there appeared to be some clouds in the sky I watched for the sunset. It was beautiful as usual but not as dramatic as I was wanting to see. I walked downContinue reading “September Sunset at Fairview”
Finally some clouds and a colorful sunset at Fairview.
I was on the Ferry from Redland Bay returning to Macleay Island when the sunset began. Because the ferry was crowded and I was squashed into a corner, I just watched the sky color and other passengers taking photos with their mobiles. Then suddenly the ferry stopped and everyone started looking to the side. ThereContinue reading “Sunset over the Sea”
I see the moonrise is at 4.32, and I rush down to Corroboree Park to see the moonrise. The sunset is beginning too, and the clouds hide the moon. Then I see the sunset on the other side of the Island…and I run to try and get some of the sunset too. I run throughContinue reading “Moonrise at Corroboree Park”
In photography, the golden hour is the period of daytime shortly after sunrise or before sunset, during which daylight is redder and softer than when the sun is higher in the sky. The golden hour is also sometimes called the “magic hour,” especially by cinematographers. The period of time shortly before the magic hour at sunrise,Continue reading “The Magic Hour”
After the Circus I walked back to Redland Bay and took the ferry back to Russell island. To my delight, it was sunset time and I was treated to a beautiful sunset over the water. I noticed small boats fishing and realised they were prawning. Often prawns can be caught sitting on the bottom around weedyContinue reading “Prawn Fishing at Sunset”
I just made it to the ferry terminal to get the last ferry back home to the island. As soon as the ferry moved away from the terminal I realised the sunset had started. The light was fading but there was the sun about to set below the horizon. Such a strange color. The seaContinue reading “Coming Home to the Island”
From Woolli I drove back to Redland Bay in one drive trying to get the 4.45pm vehicle ferry back to Russell island. I left Woolli at 10 am, slowly crawled along past roadworks from Grafton to Ballina, rang and learnt there was one ferry available, and decided to go for it. I made it withContinue reading “Sunset Over the Sea”