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Aside – Dust storms in NSW

Posted by Preston on 2009-09-26

On Wednesday, a large part of NSW was engulfed in a significant dust storm event. Having grown up in the country, and spent some time living in practically desert regions, I’m no stranger to dust storms. However, that doesn’t change the fact that the visual effect of them are amazing.

On Wednesday morning, my partner and I did what any two crazy photographers would do – ran out, hopped in the car and went looking for good photo opportunities. Here’s some of the results from my 50D:

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Gosford waterfront during dust storm, 2009-09-03

Terrigal during dust storm, 2009-09-23

Terrigal during dust storm, 2009-09-23

Incidentally, I completely forgot in my rush to get photos that my hayfever is caused by … dust. You’d think given that I never normally experience hayfever on the coast, but get it as soon as I cross over the blue mountains would result in a better recollection of such things, but no, that wasn’t to be the case, and so instead I spent the entire day sneezing after an hour’s efforts in the dust.

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