Paul Jurak is a Canberra dad, CIT trades instructor, and cancer survivor. He loves the pre-dawn silence of Lake Burley Griffin. Luckily he takes his camera so the rest of us can enjoy the view at a more reasonable hour.
Paul Jurak The protection that the wetlands provided made for some amazing reflections this morning.
Paul Jurak The colours this morning were wild and I wasn’t the only one out there to enjoy it.
Paul Jurak It certainly had a wintery feel about it this morning with temperature dropping to minus 2.
Paul Jurak It was a brief but beautiful sunrise this morning, but it was quickly extinguished by the low lying clouds. Let’s hope that today’s forecast of rain is correct as we certainly need it.
Paul Jurak It had a magical feel on the water this morning. The mist rolled in from the wetlands at 5.45am chasing me into the main basin - it gave the lake a different persona.
Paul Jurak Simply stunning is one way I could describe my experience out on water this morning.
Paul Jurak There is no better way to start the working week.
Paul Jurak It was a fresh start today as the temperature has dropped below zero and it won’t be long before we are shin deep in leaves and scrapping the ice off our windscreens on a regular basis.
Paul Jurak Clear skies and clam conditions provided the perfect conditions for me the snap shot a few silhouettes on the Molonglo River this morning.
Paul Jurak I just love seeing Canberra from this perspective and there were plenty of people out on LBG experiencing it from exactly the same angle.
Paul Jurak It may have been a hazy start to our working week but it was definitely a very pretty one.
Paul Jurak What an electric morning.
Paul Jurak This morning was a time to pay respect and reflect on the ultimate sacrifice that all of our diggers have made for us.
Paul Jurak What a misty morning marvel.
Paul Jurak Peace and tranquillity would best describe my experience on Lake Burley Griffin this morning.
Paul Jurak Peace and calm was on the order this morning and Lake Burley Griffin served it up perfectly.
Paul Jurak Autumn is certainly in the air with the temperature dropping to five degrees overnight.
Paul Jurak A little bit of drizzle didn’t deter the Burley Griffin Canoe Club paddlers from shredding up the Molonglo River this morning.
Paul Jurak The air may have had a chill this morning, but the sky was definitely on fire! What a sunrise! It was certainly a magic Monday morning.
Paul Jurak Totally glorious!