Being from Sydney it’s actually quite rare seeing the sun go down over the water – normally it’s the suburbs. Sure, we get great sunrises but sunsets are at a much more reasonable time of the day. We went to Adelaide recently for a wedding. Unfortunately I didn’t take my proper camera gear, so this is from a little point and shoot – and admittedly, taken after a belly full of beer at the wedding, and running across the road to the Largs Bay Pier when I saw the colours appearing.
I took a 360 degree camera for a spin yesterday – driving across the Seacliff Bridge near Wollongong. Originally, I had the camera on the roof of our car but the wind and vibrations made it hard to watch. So enjoy our drive, complete with Phil Collins on the radio. Maybe next time I’ll take the drone and follow our car. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IILJxPxkkLg[/embedyt]
Over the last few days we’ve spent some time holidaying on the south coast of NSW, around Vincentia. This is a beautiful part of the world, with beaches boasting the whitest sand in the world, crystal clear blue water and natural bushland. I will upload photos and videos once I’m back home – but in the meantime, here’s a few selections via Instagram. Family road trip! #roadtrip #puppy A photo posted by Anthony Clark (@anthonyclarkau) on Feb 20, 2016 at 5:32pm PST The start of a new day is always great – but especially when you’re on holidays! #vincentia #jervisbay […]
On the weekend we went out to Bondi, nice and early, and captured a beautiful golden sunrise. I instagrammed a few photos – and one of them has been picked up on the Australia.com Instagram account. At last count around 45,000 likes on my little happy snap. Just wish I straightened up the horizon first! Is the fact that my photo got shared with the world and gained 45k likes going to my head? You betcha.