Amazing sunset over Warners Bay yesterday evening. The whole sky erupted with colour and it just went on and on. I actually dialled back the saturation on these as the burst of colour was so intense, I wouldn’t have believed the colours were real if I hadn’t seen them myself – they still seem out of this world.
The photogroup I run went for a shoot at the Memorial Walk in Newcastle on Sunday. We were hoping we’d get a nice sunset and it didn’t disappoint! The sky lit up with amazing colours and the light just kept going and going.
I was very happy with all the shots I got but I particularly like the top one. It’s quite simple and just lets the natural beauty of the scene speak for itself. Definitely one of my favourite shots of the year so far.
The Toronto railway station opened in 1891 and was in regular use until it closed in 1990. While most of the line has been abandoned, the station itself is in good condition and is now used by the Lake Macquarie and District Historical Society.
I took some photos at the station a little while ago and I’m pleased with how they came out. They lent themselves to black and white very well.