Sun showers drifting in off the Brindabella Ranges – from Tuggeranong Hill as an unusually warm start to autumn sees weather conditions more commonly experienced mid-summer in southern Australia.
Rain is always an interesting subject to photograph / film in the near-infrared spectrum as depending on the amount of water falling and the angle of the sun it can appear either ominously dark or mysteriously light – like an aerial waterfall. Most of the images shown here should be available as limited edition prints in the 2016 edge of light print release.
Rain passing to the north of Canberra – from Tuggeranong Hill.
Rain storm sweeping in from the Brindabellas behind Tuggeranong – south from Mt Taylor.
Heavy rain falling behind Tidbinbilla – south from Mt Taylor.