Posted by: Paul Sheringhams blog: a place of running dreams come true | October 5, 2013

Boambee Reserve

After taking photographs of plants I walked to my car. Over the railway bridge. Fisherman with lines cast into the creek. The high clouds looked thin and wispy. I looked back towards the creek and Boambee Reserve. The tide was sucking back in quickly, and the sand that was exposed just a few hours earlier was underwater. I looked at the clouds and almost walked back to my car, but then they started to look promising and went down the crek bank and set up my camera. The higher clouds fire a soft pink colour, and were reflected in the creek. I used live view to get a good focus on the foreground rocks. With a long exposure I can see swirls of water indicating the swiftness of the tide sucking back in. Everyday there is something new to see. If you stay inside or walk away you can miss those moments.






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