I used to be the photographer for hubby when he went on his surfing trips with his friends. Fun times anticipating the waves coming through and trying to capture the sprays coming off the surfboards. I did it for their benefit but I realised quickly that I would get bored with that and would rather photograph nature such as the sea life around me.
This one time, I was watching this animal getting in the water and immediately my interest was piqued and here is the result 😉
This is a very interesting photo, lots of people think it’s a lion!! What do you think it looks like?
This is a photo of a waterfall in the Blue Mountains I took many years ago.. Currently, I’m uploading photos from my postcard range;) I can’t wait to show you photos from my Tasmania trip though! It’s very similar to this with lots of greenery around the waterfalls. I love photographing waterfalls! It’s so calming to hear the water falling. I usually spend hours taking a shot so that I get it just right and also with the long exposure it takes more time.
We came across this lovely lake in USA while on a road trip to Cranbrook, Canada. I loved the still waters and did take a photo of the water being still at sunset. But I always liked the idea of ripples and the pattern in the water.
Timing in photography is very important and I was blessed to be there the right time to witness this where the angle of the sun hits the water perfectly to create these beautiful inspiring twinkles like stars in a night sky in the water.