Went out on the earliest sunrise of the year the other day. Its a bit of a shock to the system getting up at 3:45am I must tell you. But anyway, headed out to Turimetta for a change and it was simply amazing how much sand there was. Anyone who knows the classic Turimetta rocks would be blown away .. as they are basically gone. Its why you've gotta love that beach.
Anyway, this is a blend of a double processed Raw, in order to retain some detail in the rocks and handle the extreme light differences.
Its good to be back and I hope to be around a bit more often. Hope everyone is safe and doing well.
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This evening I was decided to get to the sea at the headland of Dinan just at the foot of the biggest rock door of the island of Crozon (for those who know they understand ). Arrived there I was very supprised cause nothing was really interesting.. when I was to get back, you can imagine really disappointed, I have saw that the sky was changing quickly at the other side... I get there and finally captured a awesome sunset! Some chance or a Godsend, who know!?
Dylan and I sneaked away on a quick 10-day trip to Tasmania over the Easter break. Our goal was to capture the turning colours of the fagus in the stunning setting of the Cradle Mountain region. Alas, we arrived too early, so there were no red leaves frosted in early morning dew to capture (they were just turning from yellow to orange), but we had a ball photographing Cradle Mountain itself.
This image taken on one of the three evenings we spent trying to hunt down the perfect conditions. On this night Dove Lake was still, but there were no clouds to add interest to the sky. I took the shot anyway... I had to show something for standing out there freezing my fingers off!