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Photo of the Month: Dec 2011

Lugging a tripod and a vest full of lenses through hip high wet grass can be quite a tiring task, especially when it’s in the wee hours of the morning, your pants are soggy from the wet grasses and it’s a cold autumn in the Hawkesbury. Yet there is no better hour to capture that quality of light when things “hang” suspended in time and every nuance of a subject can be detected. The only sounds are the distant morning calls of the water birds singing “good morning” to the sun as it ascends behind a soft, foggy veil. Thus was the attributes of this particular morning when I captured this almost three dimensional shot of a leaf looking like it’s stuck in gelatin for our article on the Hawkesbury Nepean River. Its bright autumn yellow was slighly subdued by the soft light and it was absolutely motionless on the surface of the water.

We have now made this image available for purchase in two sizes:               A4   $45.00

                                                                                                                                A3   $60.00

If you would like to own this image send an e-mail to:                         

or drop as a line to our postal address:                                                             Deep Hill Fine Art Media

                                                                                                                                PO Box 426

                                                                                                                                Springwood NSW 2777, Australia

2 responses

  1. Beautiful!

    November 25, 2011 at 4:09 pm

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