- Andrew Harvard wowed South Africans with a stunning pic of the Durban beach at sunrise
- Andrew shared some of the technical details of the pic and his journey into photography
- Social media users showered the photo with love and commented on how stunning it is
Andrew Harvard shared an amazing snap on Facebook in the #ImStayng group and it didn't take long for people to notice.
The photo racked up thousands of reactions and hundreds of comments from social media users who simply loved the pic.
This is what Facebook users had to say about the amazing picture:
"Through your pictures my love I get to see all the beauty that surrounds us❤️ #talented"
Ann Mary Gordon:
"Amazing how God can make dust look so beautiful - He can and does that with us!"
"Stunning - what a way to start the day!"
"Spectacular the Creators paintbrush at work!"
"We are unbelievably privileged to have this beauty on our doorsteps!!! ♥️♥️♥️♥️"
Briefly News reached out to Andrew and asked him about the picture and about his journey into photography.
Andrew shared some technical information on the photo such as shutter speed which was four seconds and that he'd used a tripod firmly mounted in the sand. He used a shutter release cable that allowed him to take the photo without having to touch the camera and disturb the composition.
He and a group of photography enthusiasts usually go to the beach on weekends and when time allows; Andrew pursues photography as a hobby.
He took the picture are 06:22 am as the sun started to rise over the ocean, he was close to uShaka Marine World.
Andrew started taking his hobby of photography seriously at the end of November 2012. He often spontaneously chooses the subjects for his photographs. This was also the case with the amazing sunrise.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that one local couple's beach proposal has gone viral for all the wrong reasons. The hilarious clip had Mzansi in tears after one clumsy photographer just kept falling in the beach sand.
In the clip, a happy couple walks down to the shore with their diligent photographer not far behind. It's clearly a very windy day as everyone's hair blows wildly with the grey sky behind.
The groom-to-be takes his bride by the hand and pops the big question but not before our uncoordinated camera-woman falls down face-first in the sand. She falls several times before the clip ends, all while the happy couple tries hilariously hard to ignore her.
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