This is it, the long weekend’s a thing of the past, we’re heading home. The sun rises a little later each morning and I can’t resist the red sky, it must be a shepherds warning.
Fires have been raging all weekend, I can’t see the flames as they’re on the other side of a mountain range, but the north wester is blowing and the smoke clouds our skies. It’s time for rain again.
As we hurtle along at 120km per hour I stretch to the very back of our Cruiser to grab my camera, the skies are simply too good to miss.
These are today’s offerings. I’ll not be doing sunsets or sunrises again for a while, unless there’s a really spectacular sky.
“The negative is the equivalent of the composer's score and the print the performance”. - Ansel Adams
“I began to realize that the camera sees the world differently than the human eye and that sometimes those differences can make a photograph more powerful than what you actually observed” - Galen Rowell
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