Fish and Chips and Photos

 

Sometimes just going out to enjoy life can put you in the right place at the right time. Went with the Family to the top of Mt Melville when I was back in town a few weeks ago, Bought Fish and Chips at Albany Fish and Chips on Albany Hwy and went to watch the sunset over the harbour. (Took the camera just in case). I wanted to get an updated shot of the harbour and marina. The bonus was, there was a ship departing so I captured this image. So the chances of having a ship leave just on dusk is on the rare side.

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About andrewhalsallphotography

I am a local photographer now based in the Gold Coast Queensland, Long story... I used to live in Albany, Western Australia. I owned Albany camera House and sold that in 2010. I was a part time lecturer at Albany Institute of Technology teaching photography and Photoshop. Just for fun I am a commercial SCUBA diver. I mainly do landscape Photography which is my passion and i love aerial photography. I have been photographing Southern Right Whales for the WA museum. Doing Photo Identification. I also do commercial and travel photography. I have been on assignment for Aurora Expeditions to Antarctica, PNG and the Kimberly and Coral Princess Cruises in the Top end of Australia. I have also been known to do the odd wedding. I am available for Commercial, Aerial and Underwater Photography both locally and abroad.
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One Response to Fish and Chips and Photos

  1. Toni Gordon says:

    Brilliant photograph. Well done!

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