Ten seconds after the shutter of my camera closed, the sun dipped over the horizon and the last light of the day was gone. As featured in [R]evolution Magazine, March 2015.
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Ten seconds after the shutter of my camera closed, the sun dipped over the horizon and the last light of the day was gone. As featured in [R]evolution Magazine, March 2015.

26 Comments

  • + 48
 And they say the sun don't shine there...
  • + 27
 POY contender right there if you assk me
  • + 3
 sick Sick SICK
  • + 5
 Called it @HutchJR !
  • + 13
 This is a seriously incredible shot...
  • + 4
 Awesome shot!!! But 50mm in the EXIF?
  • + 10
 cheers man! 8mm fisheye, full manual lens, the camera defaults to 50mm when there's no electrical connection
  • + 3
 For me this is the winning shot on POY. Love it!
  • + 2
 nominated for POY 2015 !! do the same !!
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 Yea @Chamakazi another banger!
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 Well at least you know how to utilize natural light
  • + 2
 guys i present you the 2015 Picture Of the Year
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 Best POD I've seen in some time!
  • + 2
 Amazing shot! Would love to have this in my portfolio Smile
  • + 2
 Brings a new meaning to the Glory Hole
  • + 1
 Got excited when I saw location was Perth, then realised Perth doesn't look like that, ha ha. Nice shot
  • + 1
 I would like to have that on a poster!!!
  • + 2
 such an amazing shot!
  • + 2
 Congrats!
  • + 2
 Nice moment
  • + 2
 Sweet shot !!
  • + 2
 Well done!
  • + 2
 brilliant!
  • + 2
 So dope Sean
  • + 2
 POD!!!
  • + 2
 Beautiful!!

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