Another sunrise over Melbourne

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    Tierneybobs, ennebi69 photography, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mr.analog [deleted] 90 months ago | reply

      sweet shot mate , espesh like the reflections . I been planning on doing some sunrise shots myself ... maybe with this warmer weather i will actually do it !!

    2. tyroga 90 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the comment, down in Altona is great place to get these types of shots. I usually head out a bit earlier than I need to be at work and see what I can see.

      And true the warmer weather might make it easier for us to get up outta bed :P

      Plus Daylight Savings might allow me to finally catch some sunsets, usually I'm stuck in the office during the golden hour.

    3. andrewsayer 90 months ago | reply

      THAT is a great shot. Props.

    4. *MichelleG* 89 months ago | reply

      This is so cool! I love how all the different shades in the sky just melt into each other. It also almost looks like an atom bomb going off - kind of like you see in the movies with the flash of light. Just beautiful.

    5. tyroga 89 months ago | reply

      Thanks Shell and Andrew,

      Let's hope we never live to see what an atom bomb looks like, other than in the movies.

    6. tabrandt 89 months ago | reply

      Very nice photofriday entry.
      Seen in your My Faves set. (?)

    7. ennebi69 photography 87 months ago | reply

      excellent!ciao, nicola

    8. tyroga 87 months ago | reply

      Thanks y'all

    9. Steve Koukoulas 87 months ago | reply

      This is awesome. Never knew a view like this existed of Melbourne.

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