October 14, 2014

Between Lenses | "Mornings"


It couldn't be more perfect timing for this months 'morning' theme to happen. I came back from Tasmania last week and have been so overwhelmed with my lack of spare time since then, let's just say the summer holidays couldn't come around fast enough. I'm dreaming of blogging, reading, being inspired, listening to and discovering music, taking photos, camping and fingers crossed not any homework (for those who don't know, I am studying nursing - blogging to satisfy my creative side, which is always where my passions really lay).

Back to MORNINGS. I slept in the back of a ute whilst I was away and every morning we were up when the light of dawn first appeared, Tasmania experiences some beautiful sunrises and I was lucky enough to see this one when I opened my eyes on a particular morning. We had slept right on the beach, overlooking Oyster Bay and the Hazards (a group of pink granite mountains surrounding the well known Wineglass Bay) - I couldn't be more happy that I got to experience this moment, any of us who appreciate nature and camping dream for something like this.

I have a couple thousand photographs to sort through from my trip, so don't expect them right away, but expect them slowly and eventually!



Keep inspiring and being inspired, have a great week!

// Shani


My past Between Lenses posts can be viewed here.

12 comments :

  1. Wow you photo is stunning! I really love it.

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  2. Wow. I could not imagine waking up to that every morning. It's incredibly beautiful and I am so glad you captured it and shared it with us!! :) I am such a sucker for sunrises. xo

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    1. So am I, I could get up early every morning if I knew I would see something like this. Thanks, Trina! x

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  3. Beautiful! What lens did you use to capture this? :)

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    1. Thank you, Yasmeen! I used the 15-85 Canon.

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  4. Gorgeous! That must have been amazing to wake up to.

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  5. What a perfect sight to wake up to! Beautiful image.

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    1. Thank you, Madison, nature did good to us that morning. x

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