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#1374259 - 30/04/2016 11:47 Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images.
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Please post your Autumn and Winter weather images here.

It has been dry, particularly smoky and quite warm out on the SW Slopes of NSW ... and the Might Murray River has blooms of blue green algae, unfortunately.



Here are a few Autumn images from the Hume and Hovell Walking Track approaching Albury, NSW.

Smoke and rain, over the Murray to Victoria ... from Eastern Hill, Albury, NSW.



Tabletop Mountain.



Murrumbidgee River Valley to the Bramina Wilderness. The Bramina Wilderness joins the Northern Brindabella Ranges, ACT, to near Wee Jasper, in NSW.



Warm evening, soft light, nice track ... the Cork forest, the National Arboretum, ACT. The Cork forest was planted in 1892 and the corky bark has been harvested several times.



Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (30/04/2016 11:53)
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#1374381 - 01/05/2016 12:22 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Nice photos Wild Wassa, great to see your photos again!!
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#1374542 - 02/05/2016 17:49 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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These sunset pics were taken last night on my way home from work at Millers Forest just outside Raymond Terrace.
IMG_3697 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr

IMG_3719 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr

IMG_3674 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1374846 - 04/05/2016 22:23 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Eddy, G'day and thank you Mate.

Catching-up with the fabulous images posted on the Forum, now, those posted over the last few months, I doubt that my images have been missed. My images are only good for differing levels of visibility, and for not much else, unlike you other weather gods (and you all know who you are) that appear to create suitably spectacular pictorially beautiful weather ... hey Skysthelimit et al?

More limited visibility. Urambi's twin hills to Mount Tennant (1390m), ACT ... taken from Dairy Farmers Hill, in the National Arboretum, ACT.



Warren.


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#1374858 - 05/05/2016 09:39 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Love the pics gents, thanks smile
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#1374890 - 05/05/2016 16:00 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Great sunset shots EddyG! smile

Also more good photos from you Wild Wassa, as always mate. I presume that photo of Tabletop Mountain was taken from Eastern Hill Lookout in East Albury? I've never actually been to that lookout before, but thanks to you I have found another suitable vantage point in the Border region, at least with views to the north/northeast - would be great for watching summer storms in the future! smile

Nice photo of Mount Tennant as well, I've only managed two shots of it myself and both were fairly lame ones. One was taken on the Monaro Highway just inside the ACT after coming up from Merimbula and Cooma back in January 2014.

The other was taken not in Canberra or the surrounding ACT rural area, but near Yass. I was riding the NSW XPT CountryLink on my way home from Sydney to Melbourne via Albury/Wodonga last winter. The Melbourne-Sydney Railway passes through some very hilly countryside between Yass and Gunning, particularly around the small town of Jerrawa. Aside from the Brindabella Ranges, the only geographical landmark inside the ACT that I could see (in spite of the overcast weather) was Mount Tennant, some 85km to the south.

At least I know what I need to get a better shot of next time I visit the Capital! smile

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#1374937 - 06/05/2016 08:36 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Thanks ASF and WW
Tried last night to capture the meteor shower, but was unsuccessful, but did manage to capture the milky way in its glory.
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#1374981 - 06/05/2016 18:04 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Current sunset looking towards...... Where ever that big fire was today smile.





Just starting to figure out how to take better photos with this new camera of mine....

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#1375568 - 12/05/2016 12:44 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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I really love that Milky Way shot Eddy. ISO, aperture & shutter speed????

Obviously no breeze, the tree is sharp. grin

Decent tripod, did you trigger by remote or self timer?

Can't be too long a shutter because there are no obvious star trails. Around 1 or 2 minutes?

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#1375578 - 12/05/2016 15:45 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Thanks DaveM
Shutter speed 15sec, ISO 5000, aperture F4. Shutter release cable was used and obviously a tripod was needed.
Not a breath of wind that night and by far the clearest I've seen the night sky in sometime.
I reckon out your way you would see some unbelievable night skies?
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#1375583 - 12/05/2016 16:37 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Cheers mate I appreciate the info. A bit more readily available than trying to remember it yourself on film cameras. grin

5000 ISO - works fine in the more modern sensors but my ole Nikon D60 is now 8 years old. I would need to keep my ISO to about 800 I reckon and extend the shutter speed to about a minute. I might use 1600 as a bit of fun but it's probably noisier than your camera at 5000 iso.

If I ever get a few bucks spare I will update my camera body, not soon though. frown

Maybe I'd even try a smaller aperture size, say F8 to get into the sharper lens area.

I'm too bloody lazy to get out there is my biggest problem!!

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#1377153 - 30/05/2016 16:33 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Sunset on the 25th May, this was taken well after the sun had set and the vibrant colours had gone, but there were some soft reds in the clouds.
Exp 115 sec, iso 100, F-stop 22.
IMG_4781 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1380732 - 26/06/2016 17:44 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: aussiestormfreak]
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Originally Posted By: aussiestormfreak
... I presume that photo of Tabletop Mountain was taken from Eastern Hill Lookout in East Albury?


Aussie', G'day.

It was taken from Eastern Hill, but not from the main lookout. It was taken on the ridge but from one kilometre South of the main lookout where the Hume and Hovell Walking Track abruptly starts to descend to the river.



... and where Big Ben Mountain in Victoria can be seen through the trees. To the left of Big Ben is Mount Bulla on the horizon (?).

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#1380738 - 26/06/2016 18:18 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Cold days when the App Temp was well below 0C.

Early morning, Lake Ginninderra, ACT.




Little Corellas (wide spread form) on the banks of the Lachlan River, Riverena, NSW.




Smoke settling. Early evening, from the Molonglo River Valley, ACT ... to the Bramina Wilderness in NSW.




Warren.


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#1381201 - 04/07/2016 10:30 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Rain in the SW Slopes of NSW ... and on the Riverena Flatlands.

A portrait of White Pine (Callitris glaucophylla) with a past visit from lightning. North of Rankin's Springs on the SW Slopes.




The grey soil and early wheat crop, North of Griffith, NSW.




I rode past the grey soils to the vibrant red soils near Hillston, NSW.







Then the rain stopped and the flatlands looked even more amazing.




Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (04/07/2016 10:36)
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#1382252 - 13/07/2016 17:40 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Midday 13 July, there was a break in the clouds. Snow fell all day on the Northern spurs of the Alps and obscured further views. The App Temp at midday was -13.6C at Mount Ginini, ACT.

A snowy Tidbinbilla Peak with Johns Peak (the small peak beside TP) and on the right is the Camel Hump, the Tidbinbilla Range, ACT. The dark range is the appropriately named Black Hill and the ridge in the foreground is the Bullen Range, still in the ACT.



Warren.


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#1382722 - 18/07/2016 20:20 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Some Winter days just aren't that cold ... early morning and late afternoon, Murrumbidgee River Valley, ACT and across the river in NSW.

Fog in the valley, 9.00am. App Temp 8.6C.




Late afternoon light, 3.00pm. App Temp 8.6C.




SNAP!


Warren.


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#1383224 - 24/07/2016 20:59 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Awesome photos Wazza, seems you've been around different areas lately. I went up to the High Country a couple of weeks ago and it's such an incredible place. So is the nearby low country like the Tumut Valley. I can see why you explore everywhere around there. smile
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#1383285 - 25/07/2016 20:59 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Wave Rider, G'day Reilly. I hope that you are powering along Mate. College must be in the last throes for you now? ... then there's time for you to further explore, before Uni starts?

Photographing the weather in familiar places close to home, gives me the most pleasure. Like these images from today.

Two snowbows and a snowfall ... in the ranges of the ACT.









Some people on Sky Weather thought that it was a horrid day today in the ACT ... I thought that today was a beautiful day.

Warren.


Edited by Wild Wassa (25/07/2016 21:03)
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#1383293 - 25/07/2016 22:05 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Yeah mate I'm going pretty well right now. Yep last term of school ever which is quite a scary thought!! Going to Uni as well so yes between the HSC and Uni should be quieter, except for the schoolies trip lol!!
Hope you are going well also Warren, still at Uni doing that art stuff?
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#1383772 - 01/08/2016 20:49 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Reilly, I sure am and I'm loving it. I paint and draw every day. There isn't a day when I don't. Something must be working, it could be I'm enjoying applied colour theory and the techniques of painting.

Today the ACT Ranges looked wild. The cold doesn't normally make me feel too uncomfortable outside, no matter how cold it gets ... but this morning, holding my tripod was painful. The App Temp at 9.00am on Mt Ginini was supposedly -3.8C, but it felt far colder below in the valley.

Early morning. 1st August. Tidbinbilla Peak is trying to poke its dark summit through the cloud, ACT.



Warren.



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#1383892 - 03/08/2016 10:06 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Lovely photos Wassa. Like you I love to go OUT in the cold when everyone else is heading in!! My engine runs MUCH better in cooler conditions grin

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#1384312 - 09/08/2016 20:23 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Dave, thank you Mate. I haven't forgotten your beautiful Mt Jagungal image.

The prevailing N'Westerly and pencil pines, the National Arboretun, ACT, on the 11th May. If I remember correctly, at noon when I took this shot, the App Temp was only -3.6C and the gust were coming through at 25kts.




Friday 5th August was a stunning Winter's day in Tuggeranong. Despite what the BOM recorded then, for Tuggeranong, the wind at 10.00am was actually a gentle SS'Easterly and it was warm and far from the BOM's data. I doubt that the land effect where I was changed the wind direction a full 180 to what the BOM recorded then. Maybe the BOM was modelling then ... and not recording.

A Native Black Pine and a stunning day. Red Rocks Gorge above the Murrumbidgee River, ACT.




Warren.


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#1384406 - 11/08/2016 10:36 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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The pines in the first photo certainly show the wind direction. Not the apparent temp though. smile

Do you shoot Nikon? The colours look "Nikonish" to my sad ole eye. smile

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#1384414 - 11/08/2016 12:29 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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He shoots awesome Dave lol. Anyone know if there is a lens thread anywhere? Couldn't spot one.
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#1384455 - 12/08/2016 09:06 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Had a slight thought that there was one years ago. Not seen at all in recent times Ron.

Maybe start one?

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#1385621 - 27/08/2016 21:02 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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I missed the best part of the sunset, but well after sundown there was still plenty of colour left. Iso 100, F22, 58seconds
IMG_6151 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr

Off shore storm just south of Nelson Bay, if you look close enough, just left of the tower on Mt GanGan you can see the trail of plane flying into Williamtown, it would have been spectacular view being in that plane!!
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#1385646 - 28/08/2016 10:16 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Wow beautiful photos Eddy, when were these taken??

And Wazza, awesome photos as well.
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#1385711 - 29/08/2016 16:17 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Thanks Wave Rider, they were taken about the 10th and 12th of August 2016.
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#1386277 - 06/09/2016 09:10 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Hey Wassa and Eddy thanks for sharing your wonderful array of pics. Certainly something in them for everyone. If I had to choose a favourite from each of you I'd take Wassa's beautiful 'snow bow' shot. Awesome colours. Eddy I like your beautiful crisp milky way pic. I've on occasion tried my luck with meteor showers only to be disappointed with the no show. At least you have a nice consolation shot.

I've been pretty quiet on the forums of late as my health has slipped a little including a crook ankle which doesn't want to heal and has really slowed me up. Below are a few shots of a storm which came through here last week. Just made it in the winter season. smile


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#1386295 - 06/09/2016 11:51 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Great photos Sky.
Very dramatic.

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#1386308 - 06/09/2016 14:54 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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I really like that last one!! smile

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#1386364 - 07/09/2016 09:54 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Thanks Skysthelimit, I have to agree with DaveM, great pics all round!!
Hope your health gets better soon.
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#1386399 - 07/09/2016 19:02 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Last month's full moon.
IMG_6274 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1386473 - 08/09/2016 13:37 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Awww that is pretty smicko there Eddy!!

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#1386869 - 12/09/2016 00:18 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Yeah nice one Eddy. One of my favourite subjects is the full moon. It can often look surreal as it rises or sinks on the horizon. Much easier to catch it as it sets so that you can see exactly where it will position before it disappears. I also like to use my zoom lens for full effect.
Thanks for the comments people. Heres a picture from this mornings frosty foggy start to the day in the local Booyoolee Flats.


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#1386894 - 12/09/2016 09:50 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Eddy and Skysthelimit, as always, fabulous images fellas. The seascape with the moon ... and the cloud above the Canola field(?)are images as dynamic and striking as one could wish to see and photograph. Congratulations for both top shots.

One day when the technology enables us to smell the photographs that you blokes post, I'm going to return here and breath-in deeply the landscape immediately above this post.

Skysthelimit, I hope your ankle injury improves rapidly, with the looming warm weather. Cheers Mate and my best wishes.

Warren.



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#1386926 - 12/09/2016 17:14 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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I've had to let imgur resize these images for online but hopefully they aint too bad. Been quite an incredible month for weather through central South Australia, my camera has been having a field day.









Originally Posted By: Wild Wassa

Today the ACT Ranges looked wild. The cold doesn't normally make me feel too uncomfortable outside, no matter how cold it gets ... but this morning, holding my tripod was painful. The App Temp at 9.00am on Mt Ginini was supposedly -3.8C, but it felt far colder below in the valley.

Early morning. 1st August. Tidbinbilla Peak is trying to poke its dark summit through the cloud, ACT.



Warren.



I absolutely love this image, evokes feelings of cold and eeriness that awesomely chaotic sky.
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#1386938 - 12/09/2016 18:59 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Wow Markus, just wow, not much else to say apart from the fact I am stunned by those fronts. I didn't even know we got such fronts in Australia!!

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#1386945 - 12/09/2016 19:29 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: WarrenTheSnowMan]
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Originally Posted By: WarrenTheSnowMan
Wow Markus, just wow, not much else to say apart from the fact I am stunned by those fronts. I didn't even know we got such fronts in Australia!!


X2, outstanding pics by all smile
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#1386960 - 12/09/2016 22:06 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Skysthelimit]
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Originally Posted By: Skysthelimit
Yeah nice one Eddy. One of my favourite subjects is the full moon. It can often look surreal as it rises or sinks on the horizon. Much easier to catch it as it sets so that you can see exactly where it will position before it disappears.


Thanks for the comments and nice shots Markus.

Yeah I love capturing the full moon myself, I was about 100 metres out in that shot, I wanted the moon touching Cabbage tree island as it was rising. Perhaps next time.
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#1386991 - 13/09/2016 09:20 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Loc: Bathurst NSW about 700 m asl
Markus - stunning images there. I think of SA as a hot dry sort of place initially but your images keep reminding me that much of it is pastoral and can indeed be green smile

Good storm fronts there!! smile

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#1387054 - 13/09/2016 16:16 Re: Autumn/Winter 2016 weather images. [Re: Wild Wassa]
Wild Wassa Offline
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Registered: 17/03/2012
Posts: 368
Loc: NW ACT
Markus, how do I purchase a copy of your coming book about South Australia?

This past season's images were posted somewhat slowly, ... but thanks to you, the season has sped-up brilliantly. I'm looking forward to your portrayal of Spring.

Warren.
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