The coach was having a hard time keeping the trainees in sight [Olympus E-P5
42mm 1/40 Sec f/18 ISO1000]
At the edge of Lake Burley-Griffin in Canberra, these trees had a delicate lacy feel to them – and I loved the cool-warm contrast as the mist started to thin beneath the sun, foreshadowing a beautiful clear day ahead. [Olympus E-P5 14mm 1/40 Sec f/22 ISO1000]
The trees gently framed the lake and in through the mist you could just make out the next spur of land projecting into the water. [Olympus E-P5 14mm 1/40 Sec f/22 ISO1000] All shots were tripod mounted (using a lightweight carbon fibre tripod by Sirui and remotely triggered.
Mornings like this are special as they make everything that bit mysterious – but you have to be early as once the sun comes up higher the mist evaporates pretty quickly – by 10.00AM it is gone revealing a clear day. But mornings like this I make sure I keep a camera handy in the car, because it only takes a moment to pull over into a parking bay and walk down to the lake edge for a few shots before heading off to the office or into town for some shopping.