Before the first race. The teams and paddlers have been a part of and listened to the blessing. The ladies out of the beach as the sun rises. .
Townsville. the day shapes up reasonable in the early hour and turns on the paddlers later in the day to become a challenging tough course, but a lot fun on the OC1's and 2"s.
Every race is different and the teams that shine are the ones that have done the work and can maintain momentum through the tougher waters. .
It may look easy. As any skill in any sport or discipline, the graceful, effortless and controlled performers are working deep inside and channelling that energy where it counts. #xylobladz
✖️ THIS DREAM BABE @allimartinez IN HER RE-WORKED VINTAGE GUCCI CROP ✖️ ABSOLUTELY OBSESSED WITH HER!!! ✖️ www.2dcollective.com.au
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6 - Universe - Dark Park - Dark Mofo Tasmania
A quick visit last night to the @dark_mofo Dark Park.
Loads of people around for the last night of the festival. Weird and wonderful.
When Captain Tobias Furneaux sailed past this area of Tasmania in 1773, he noticed a numerous fires along the coast (lit by the Aboriginal people) and it led him to believe that the country was densely populated. This is where the name of the Bay of Fires, this unbelievably stunning stretch of coastline, from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north, comes from. However, many would argue that the name could also apply to the orange lichen-covered granite boulders which line the bay. I certainly entertain that idea even more. I got to the Bay of Fires on a late lazy afternoon, just few hours before a storm and the 130km/h winds were unleashed on this beautiful spot. I spent few hours just walking and driving along the bay and climbing up some of the most enormous boulders I've ever seen.
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✖️ MINI CINDY!! @kaiagerber ALL DAY EVERYDAY ✖️ www.2dcollective.com.au
on our way to tumba we dropped in to the iconic #sugarpinewalk 🌲 i considered not even posting this shot bc i bet if you clicked that hashtag you’d find the exact same composition by plenty of other people. i suppose that’s a pretty good reason in itself why i like to head to the more untouched places...
It was thrilling to get down to this cool location, Warriewood Blowhole, a number of weeks ago with @ykphotoart and @santoshmitraphotography. Found it pretty difficult to shoot and process due to high contrast nature of this location during sunrise.
Olympus EM5 Mk2, Leica 8-18mm f/2.8
1s, f/5.6, iso 200, 13mm
@nisifiltersaustralia - 4 stop GND, CPL
Beyond the frozen water droplets on the fence this morning, was this view! 🙌😍 #sunrise#winter#fog