We gathered for our local Photo Group's annual barbecue and sunset shoot 10 days ago. The barbecue was fabulous (with great deserts), but the sunset shoot was less than spectacular. Never-the-less, I did manage two good reflection shots.
This was my favourite reflection shot, a pair of deckchairs on the dock overlooking Lake Eugenia.
When we first arrived, there were some scattered clouds in the western sky, and a nice sunset looked at least possible. The east shore of the lake provides a great viewpoint.
And as dusk neared, the clouds looked promising (you need some clouds for a good sunset shot).
I did really like this shot of the canoe tied to the dock, with the lamp post in front, as the sun got closer to setting.
But in the end, this was the only shot I got that was anything like a sunset - not much to speak of!
On the other hand, this shot of the canoe and reflection appealed to me. And in the meantime, the barbecue had been delicious, and we sat around the campfire and swapped travel and photography stories for another hour or two. 'A good time was had by all'.