Cairns in North Queensland. Autumn temperatures here around 28C during the day. These boats are some of the many which take tourists out to visit the Great Barrier Reef, one of Australia's best natural assets.
Tried to take this during the blue hour and rested the camera on the handrail. During the day we had been 300km west to visit a mine.
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ifege (9913) 2010-04-24 3:20
I tend to by-pass marinas Murray (not being Peter) but this is a great evening shot with good splashes of colour.
aloyho (6798) 2010-04-24 4:27
The orange is a good complimentary here and the contrast created the necessary impact for this composition. I like this crisp image and the quiet after a busy day is most relaxing. Well done!!
Regards and a great weekend ahead.
asajernigan (19669) 2010-04-24 8:26
This is a great night shot of this marina. The photo has nice saturation of color and lighting with the yellow lights providing nice color streaks on the water. The angle of the shot is nice with the dock creating a diagonal through the shot.
ines8 (5986) 2010-04-24 12:13
Beautiful picture, superb night shot, original and nice POV.
phwall (6785) 2010-04-28 0:53
I've staggered aboard a few times at this marina and woke up the next day wishing somebody would put me out of my misery.
Nice evening shot of the marina and the inlet.
Composition is good and your exposure is spot-on.
The shot is bordering on over-sharpening to my eye, it looks just a tiny bit electronic, but it still works fine.
You sure do cover some territory.
pierrefonds (51188) 2010-05-02 12:11
The reflections on the water are assets to the composition. The point of view is allowing me to see the details and colors of the boats. Using the handrail is giving a steady image and good colors to the picture. Have a nice day, back after a holiday of seven days in Cuba.
Robert1969 (6650) 2011-08-28 1:00
The great composition and open space creates a nice
calmness in this picture.
The great point of view creates a lots of depth and
the light is also great, you can see every details....
Friendly regards and have a nice Sunday,
The 49 km I was talking about, is the length of the road you can drive there.
I found a link via the Internet, that tells more about this route:
Hopefully you have something about it?