As so often is the case, if the rain stops before the sun sets then, there is always a real potential for some stunning colour in the sky. This was exactly the case one humid spring evening in 2020. I'd spent the afternoon at this same beach with my two sons, only heading home after the predicted storms came too close for comfort.
It seemed as though the heavy rain would continue long into the night but after putting the kids to bed I glanced out of the window to see a small sliver of colour appearing in the distance. I grabbed my bag, and rushed out, knowing I had a matter of minutes in order to capture something special but believing I would be able to (hence the title). I could see the sky beginning to turn as I sat behind a very slow driver so at the first opportunity I parked up, ran to this location I know well, lined up the rocks so the main colour was in the middle and hit the shutter. The result speaks for itself.
Location - Williamstown, VIC.
This fine art photography print is printed on high quality archival paper by a professional photography printing lab. Metallic paper provides exceptional sharpness, brightness, and colour saturation for a three dimensional effect. The deep clarity, vivid quality and black density creates striking visual appeal with a distinctive metallic eye-catching appearance.
This image will be custom framed using a comprehensive variety of traditional timber frames, mats and glass.
Every effort has been made to accurately attempt to represent the colours of the original images. However, due to the many differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide.