Whenever I think I've seen it all at my local beach, I am surprised with something spectacular. I was standing in knee deep water here, hence why the direction in the water is rushing towards the viewer. I had to convert this to monochrome, it was begging for it.
Guy Fawkes River takes a spectacular plunge off the tablelands at Ebor Falls, NSW Australia. I took this late afternoon just before dusk in the mist and rain. To put these falls into perspective check out my last shot [link]
This deviation didn't come up in the new deviations so I thought I'd post it as an updated version. Enjoy.
I really like how this draws you into the shoreline and leads you on a journey down the coast. I was standing in the water to get this composition, my tripod sunk a good foot or so in the sand which was a good anchor to keep the camera steady for the exposure. Where you see the tide in the foreground was where I was laying each time the waves went back out to capture this shot
The weather has been fairly ordinary lately which is a shame, seeing though it's the beginning of spring. Haven't seen much clouds, but finally this afternoon was promising. Anyway this photo was taken at a new beach I discovered this afternoon, quite surprised actually with how isolated the point of the headland is, but it's still attached by land. The title isn't the name of the beach, the title came from the energy/atmosphere of the shoot.
The Never Never creek flowing downstream after a heavy down pour this afternoon. I waited a good hour for the rain to ease off, thankfully it did whilst the light was still there. Surprisingly the water wasn't that cold, probably because the atmosphere was freezing so the water felt nice.