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 calendar features 13 images from around Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Central Coast.
All of the photos were taken this year and I’m very proud of them. Photography has really helped me to cope with everything that’s happened this year and these are some of my very favourites from throughout 2020.
The calendar is A4 size and costs $15 in Australia, including postage. I’m also happy to send it overseas at additional postage.
If you would like to buy one they’re available through my Etsy store.
Walking around the remains of the old Shepherds Hill military installations on Thursday afternoon. Originally the site housed a battery emplacement, observation post and gunner’s cottage. It’s now heritage listed and the cottage is currently being restored. The light was beautiful and I’m happy with how the shots came out.