The city of Melbourne was painted gold by the beautiful sunset on the first day of 2021. it only did last for a short time, but i made sure to capture the moment and document it. Stunning Melbourne.
Yes you have to be proud of your self, when you try so hard and reach a point. To me 2020 i guess i made some steps that am proud of. when i look at my photos from previous years, compared to the 2020. i think i made some serious improvement. thanks to many photography Youtubers, bloggers and friends. Now i can stand up and shout out loud, i made it ten steps up. many more to go.
Thank you so very much for watching. Happy new year
When the daylight steps away and the golden hour steps in. it’s like the clash of darkness and the golden hour. from what I have seen when the darkness comes in, it powers through with force and when its day light time. the light just cuts through the darkness. Truly mother nature never disappoints when you take a close look.
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Williamstown a Melbourne suburb is among the best locations to see the sunset. its among my top five locations in Melbourne before i sneak out to one of the many restaurant’s around for dinner.
Nature is never short of displaying it natural beauty when the sunsets. regardless of where you see the sunsets, on a mountain, open land or behind he city landscape its just beautiful. Foe me seeing the sunset on sea makes me feel better and appreciate what mother earth displays.
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In Melbourne, i love taking photos at the time when the city is deserted. its fun as you will see a few photographers getting real creative before they snap it. Its been a while and now that the lockdown is lifted i will spare the time and kill it snapping some photos at night. some of my before lockdown photos i took.
Many after the sunsets chillout along the Yara river to experience the view. Its an attraction to many photographers among myself. Day or night its a perfect location to play with your camera.
Cape Schanck is in regional Victoria. this place is so special to me. just sitting there and experiencing that bit of force of nature. As the tide push’s in and out. the mind just dose its own thing and keeps an open mind, chances are there could come in a big tide. You only relax when you see others take the risk and keep on exploring. its one place to add to your list if you ever visit Melbourne. amazing views. landscape photographers will love this location.
Day one out of Melbourne metro, drove past through the once ring of steel checkpoint. what a relief it was gone. am glad its gone and i spent the day with a dear friend in Avalon. A nice hot day with Temp hitting 30 plus. so was the sunset beautiful as always to watch as the day ends.