Uluru Everchanging

As Uluru is a sacred Aboriginal site, when visiting the National Park you need to keep to designated roads and photo bays. Some photographers might be a little bit frustrated by this as their ability to find a new angle is quite limited. However the way the light changes on the rock is simply incredible as we have seen over the last few posts.

Here is a compilation of how the light can change over a matter an 2 hours!

I hope you have enjoyed my Uluru posts! xx

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The Lazy Photographer at Uluru

On our last night at Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park I was feeling pretty tired and had a bunch of shots of Uluru. As Matt ventured out to take photos I stayed in our campervan parked on the side of the road. This night however, the light looked different. I decided to set up my tripod next to the door of the van so I could continue to lie on the bed, warm in my sleeping bag!

This time I took some longer star trails just after sunset. I am glad I did – Uluru looked just magic.

Enjoy xx

Australian Sunset: Part 5

Moana Beach, South Australia.

This day is going down as one of the best in my life! It was a very, very hot day and there was nothing else to do, but spend all day at the beach. The water was so inviting and we swum well into the evening, maybe even in between a few glasses of chilled adult beverages!

By the time this photo was taken, there was still hundreds people still at the beach enjoying this amazing sunset.

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This is the 5th and final post in a series of sunsets captured on my 8 week road trip in Southern Australia.

Australian Sunset: Part 4

Long Point, Coorong National Park, South Australia.

Quite a windy day, there was not a cloud in the sky for most of the day. Approaching sunset, two planes flew over high in the sky leaving vapour trails to catch the evening colours. It made for a pretty spectacular shot or four!

 

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This is the 4th post in a series of 5 posts, of the sunsets I captured during my 8 week road trip in Southern Australia.

Australian Sunsets: Part 3

Jack Point, Coorong National Park, South Australia.

This was the reddest sunset that I have witnessed. It just kept getting better and better. Unfortunately the diminishing light meant we had to get moving to find a place to camp that night. The best part of the sunset was witnessed from our car.

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This is the 3rd post in a series of 5 post, taken on my 8 week road trip in Southern Australia.

Australian Sunsets: Part 2

12 Apostles, Port Campbell National Park, Victoria Australia.

It was a cloudy day, but as the sun went down just before it hit the horizon, it squeezed its rays through the clouds and across the ocean into my lens…

 

This is the 2nd post in a series of 5 posts, taken on my 8 week road trip in Southern Australia.

Australian Sunsets: Part 1

Bruny Island Sunset, Tasmania.

Capturing the sunset this night was the reason we ventured down to the mud flats of ‘The Neck’ on Bruny Island, Tasmania. While waiting for the sunset, we saw the Solider Crabs captured in my post An Evening in The Life of: Scurrying Solider Crabs Making Sand Patterns.

As the sun went down, the tide rolled in, making a perfect scene for captured coloured reflections…

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This is post 1 of 5 of the sunsets I captured on my 8 week road trip in Southern Australia.