Thursday, 19 September 2013

Evening

I have a real fondness for the slight light at the ends of the day.

These are a couple of shots taken at the end of the day around the waterfront in Perth.  I am often surprised how still you can hold a camera when you really try!




You can find more skies at Sky Watch Friday.

SM

33 comments:

  1. What lovely light!

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  2. The slight light at the end of the day is a beautiful thing indeed. Awesome captures Stewart.

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  3. Very good images these Stewart, would hold their own against most, well done bud.

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  4. I really like the light reflections in the water. Beautiful shots

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  5. Stewart: These are such beautiful shots! Nicely done.

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  6. Hi Stewart...

    absolutely brilliant !! I´am speechles !

    Greetings

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  7. Awesomely beautiful! I guess that's what they call the "Blue Hour" when the sky shows up such a beautiful indigo blue.

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  8. Beautiful way to end a day, Stewart! Wonderful captures and such blue, blue skies!! Have a great weekend!!

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  9. Oh gosh Stewart, these are awesome!
    I like the little rosy glow on the horizon in the first shot, and the lights on the water in the second shot are magical.

    I never use a tripod either, I have always wanted one, but it would be one more thing to lug around.

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  10. Very pretty! I find these night/evening shots so hard to take!

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  11. the dark, inky blue is really lovely.

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  12. Fabulous! I like the second shot with the reflections in the water.

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  13. Yes, I'd say you know how to hold your camera. Excellent images. The dark blue water is my favorite element of the scene.

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  14. wat een heerlijke sfeer en dan die weerkaatsing in het water,geweldig.

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  15. Hi Stewart You can tell you have not had a drink before taking these shots!!! The second shot is superb. Love the lights and reflections

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  16. Lovely night shots! The reflections from the lighting is gorgeous. Have a happy weekend, Stewart!

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  17. Oh my gosh I wish I could do that! (You lost me at holding the camera still.) Just beautiful.

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  18. Beautiful shots Stewart, have a great weekend.

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  19. Lovely twilight shots ~ divine photo ~ carol, ^_^

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  20. Sure looks like you used a tripod ... beautiful and clear. Now I can be jealous because I have wrapped my arms around things, backed myself against things, pressed my camera on my face until it hurts and I still get a shaky shot. Is that because I am old or are you just that good? Darn, you are good!!! Love it, Stewart!

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  21. Excellent colors. Can't believe these are hand-held shots!!

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  22. Great shots, Stewart!

    I'm always surprised as well.. I have good intentions, but never seem to remember to tote a tripod along with me anywhere I go. So I hold my breath. I brace myself. I do all kinds of tricks.. and if I'm really lucky, once in a while I get a shot to turn out almost as nicely as yours!!

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  23. Wonderful evening photos, Stewart.
    Greetings Irma

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  24. You must have an incredibly steady hand . The colours are breathtaking as are the reflections.

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  25. Fabulous photos! such a great photographer
    Regards
    My New Post

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  26. You are such a terrific photographer.

    Is that your expertise as a job?

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  27. Love the light in these! :)

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  28. I can't hold my camera that still anymore. I need a tripod, but don't want to carry it around.
    Great photos Stewart!

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