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Caught in crossfire

November 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

With friends, Robyn and Timo, I photographed at nighttime in Werrikimbe National Park last Thursday night. At this spot, Robyn kindly attended both of our cameras on tripods and triggered the shutters when I signaled that I was in position off to stage left, ready to paint the trees with torchlight. As I was moving into position, Timo arrived on the scene, flushing a kangaroo into the field of view. I was chuffed when I turned on my torch and saw the kangaroo sitting up and looking towards the camera. Serendipity strikes!

Caught in crossfireCaught in crossfireAn eastern grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) is caught in torchlight as I paint a night scene at Werrikimbe National Park. 30s @ f4 & 14mm ISO 400 + light painting


What people call serendipity sometimes is just having your eyes open — Jose Manuel Barroso
There is a fine line between serendipity and stalking! — David Coleman


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