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Sunrise on Lake George. Images of Canberra

By martyo 26 April 2012 18

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What looked like 100m dash turned out to be a solid hike in muddy water.

Arrived at the edge of the lake at 6:20am – just in time for me to find a gigantic birds nest (not sure what type) and a spectacular sunrise with very fast moving clouds and light 🙂

Nikon with Sigma 10-20mm – All RAW processed in Photoshop – The next one is HDR – Gumboots


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GardeningGirl 11:52 pm 26 Apr 12

Wonderful!

dvaey 10:24 pm 26 Apr 12

SnapperJack said :

Gee, a photographer admitting he uses Photoshop. What is the world coming to?

Gee, a photographer admitting he uses photoshop to process raw images to the jpegs you see online. I agree the world has gone crazy.. Next thing you know, you’ll see a chef admitting he uses a pan to cook steak.

Sometimes you use the tools you have to do the job you want.

martyo 6:25 pm 26 Apr 12

SnapperJack said :

Gee, a photographer admitting he uses Photoshop. What is the world coming to?

lol – I have been “using” on and off for several years – I can give it up easy…any day (scratch…scratch)

martyo 6:21 pm 26 Apr 12

smeeagain said :

How big were the eggs? I would hazard a guess at them being swan eggs. They tend to build nests like that.

Great set of photos.

Decent size eggs (tennis ball size but stretched) – did not think eagles nested on the ground – but eggs looked similar – going to find out now. Swan was spotted in the vicinity, but flew off as I approached. Eagle would of had my eyes more than likely 🙁

smeeagain 3:33 pm 26 Apr 12

How big were the eggs? I would hazard a guess at them being swan eggs. They tend to build nests like that.

Great set of photos.

SnapperJack 2:43 pm 26 Apr 12

Gee, a photographer admitting he uses Photoshop. What is the world coming to?

VYBerlinaV8_is_back 1:59 pm 26 Apr 12

Number 4 is my favourite. Very well done indeed.

p1 12:40 pm 26 Apr 12

Spectacular!

JimCharles 12:39 pm 26 Apr 12

They’re brilliant…..2 and 4 would make perfect desktop backgrounds if you had the high res ones…thought about offering them to Visit Canberra or somewhere…bit of local imagery?

G-Fresh 12:23 pm 26 Apr 12

Great frames, did you cook up those eggs for brekky?

martyo 11:54 am 26 Apr 12

Mysteryman said :

I dig that last one. What was the exposure time on that? 30 seconds?

Cheers – Wind was 50kph which made the shot…

15 Seconds
Aperture f/9.0
Focal Length 10 mm
ISO Speed 500

Mysteryman 11:41 am 26 Apr 12

I dig that last one. What was the exposure time on that? 30 seconds?

Disinformation 11:34 am 26 Apr 12

Nice work!
Anyone who gets up that early at this time of year deserves to be congratulated even without stunning photos. 🙂

poetix 10:43 am 26 Apr 12

I like the eggs best; a little more restrained. The slightly different colours are beautiful.

You are very clever with light!

Me no fry 10:15 am 26 Apr 12

Mate, pretty spectacular pics!

pptvb 10:11 am 26 Apr 12

I love the 2nd one.

Ben_Dover 10:06 am 26 Apr 12

Beautiful, awesome, lovely!

Geoff_from_Lushpup_Images 9:52 am 26 Apr 12

Nice set Marty 🙂

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