Posts Tagged ‘Augusta’

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 at Cape Leuwinn Lighthouse, Western Australia, 2009.

Turning back for a last shot of this great lighthouse. An almost dead centre composition broken by the couple strolling towards it. After being a guide for ships for a century or more, it’s more of a scenic guide for tourists. Nevertheless, every lighthouse is indeed a guide when the weather gets rough. May light be the guide for you too.

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This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 at Cape Leuwinn Lighthouse, Western Australia, 2009.

116 years of this lighthouse and given a fresh coat of paint but still, here it stands, against the test of time. Long exposure shot and what I did was a bit of photoshopping to the left side with a flip of the right to make it seem immensely symmetrical.

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 at Cape Leuwinn Lighthouse, Western Australia, 2009.

Shot this from the less conventional angle from bottom up. Somehow love the way the greens and the wildflowers complement this 116 year old lighthouse. Lighthouses are aplenty in these coastal areas in Australia, here an example near Augusta.

Just another short note about GE2011. Ya while the craze is not over yet. Lighthouses although may seem a thing in the past are a true reflection how useful they are till date. They guide ships to avoid hitting against the rugged seabeds that may destroy the ship. We are just like a ship at night now, requiring some light to lead us, some directions to cruise to our destination safely. Who are the treacherous rocks now, who are the lighthouses, for you voters to decide.