Summer usually provides some good opportunities for capturing interesting sunsets. This one was was taken between two pillars helping to provide some extra framing around the flag
Shot on a chilly night in Daylesford, 21st August 2011. It’s not often that I’m surrounded by a clear, non light-polluted sky with both my camera and a tripod in hand but thankfully the stars aligned last night. I was surprised how well the milkyness comes out with a relatively short exposure but a high ISO and plenty of noise reduction certainly helps. Canon 7D, 16-35L @ 16mm, f2.8, 11sec, ISO 3200.
Here’s a 14% bigger and 30% brighter looking version of the moon captured on the 19th March, 2011.
Nothing like a good drop of rain to help bring out the colour on a low-contrast day.