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Silent Nights

The perfect way to spend a night.  Warm balmy evening, floating around Halong Bag enjoying a few drinks with great friends.  Life can certainly be good.  Not much else needs to be said.

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Working For It…

This shot was taken in Halong Bay in 2013.  As we were sailing/motoring around this beautiful scenery we would be approached by local entrepreneurs selling food and drinks from their row boats.  They definitely earn’t any money they made, as the rowing could be hard work.  It never ceases to amaze me that smart people will always find away to make a living to support their families.

Bloody Sunsets

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What a glorious way to end a day.  Sitting down with friends relaxing, enjoying an ice cold Beer Laos and watching a glorious blood red sunset across the Mekong…..October 2013

Whether you believe it or not, there is no filter or post-processing on this photo.  Over the period of about 20 minutes the colours went via yellow, orange, pink, red and purple.  Absolutely gorgeous.

Reflections of the night

I think this has to be one of my favourite photos I have ever taken.  It is the Melbourne CBD skyline taken from Southbank (Melbourne, Australia).  I had spent the day walking around Melbourne just taking shots of gardens, graffiti in the lanes (which Melbourne is famous for) and whatever else took my fancy.

I had my tripod with me so thought I would try out some long exposure shots that night.  This was taken around 8:30pm sometime in March 2012.  I used my Canon 60D and it was a 30sec exposure.  I have not manipulated the shot at all in post-production as I just loved the colours as they were.

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