We live for moments like these☀️ There’s just something about riding into a sunset with the wind on your face, watching as the golden orb of the sun falls beneath the horizon.
It’s a magical moment that we all would love to cherish more often, but many of us never take the time to watch a sunset.
It’s a great way to reflect appreciating all lifes gifts and the moments that take our breath away💫
I thought I’d share an oldie but a goodie…………..conditions at this lake are rarely this good with a gorgeous ball of sun rising out of the horizon, very little wind and a calm lake, and an actual boat that doesn’t move much as well. So BOOM here’s what it looked like. It was far away so I quickly slapped on a telephoto lens and I liked the end result. Hope you do too! x
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______________________________________________ 📍: Noosa, Queensland, Australia 📷: Canon 6D 🕶: Canon 70-200mm f2.8L IS ii USM 🔭: handheld ◼️: ----- 💡: f5.6 1/400s ISO400 70mm
Day 1: After our visit to the Walkabout Wildlife Park, we headed to Hunter Valley for lunch. Our tour guide booked us a delicious banquet lunch at the Goldfish Restaurant with a fantastic view of the wine country. Also experienced cheese tasting at the Smelly Cheese Shop next door which also offers a tremendous selection of Gelato, as we all know... there's always room for dessert. Plus some local Chocolate tasting at the nearby Chocolate Company. And last but not least, wine tasting at Allandale Winery (where you can buy famous Hunter Valley wine as a gift for your friend down in Sydney).
After filling our bellies with so much food, treats and wine, we headed to Newcastle for the night sleep.