Last Saturday I was fortunate enough to join Mark, Christian and Michael on a shoot at Smiths Point. It was awesome fun and we had some amazing light present itself during the sunrise. The other three headed up some huge rocky face and I decided to stick with familiar territory to me, the wonderful and amazing ocean.
I’m glad I did as I able to witness the best sunrise I’ve seen in at least six months. If you’d like to see more seascape photography please visit my site.
I just love the clouds in this shot it reminds me of the photo I took in Broome recently. Really complex with lots of interesting patterns in them.
The waves were pretty cool as well. I came so close to not heading out on this particular afternoon and staying home. Just goes to show if you aren’t out and about you’ll miss out.
Hope you guys enjoy it.
Yes its another shot of North Cottesloe! I guess it just goes to how diverse and different this place can be if you take the time to get to know it. I like this shot as it seems really calming and relaxing which is exactly how North Cottesloe makes me feel when I’m there.
I can’t believe the weekend is pretty much over. Bring on the new week!
Last night I decided to hit Perth metro beaches. I was determined not to end up at North Cottesloe beach as I had shot it so many times before, but as usual I ended up at you guessed it…… North Cottesloe. I do love it down there.
The rocks and their formations are simply awesome and you can stand right out on the edge of them without getting too wet, though I did cop a soaking last night.
For me one of the best things about winter is that the North Cottesloe magic that has been hiding all summer is revealed. Exquisite rocks that were covered by sand are now exposed and facing the full force of the ocean after spending almost six months in hibernation, protected by a blanket of sand.
Winter would have to be a seascape photographers best friend.
I just wanted to do something a little different for me. I wanted to focus more on how a place felt to me than the actual place itself. This was the result. To me the dark green of the ocean is relaxing and soothing and that is what I was trying to convey.
Its not everyone’s cup of tea I know, but look at it with an open mind and think of what emotions it invokes if any.
I hope you’re all having a great 2010 so far! This is a shot of some rocks that I managed to capture down at Sugar Loaf Rock. To get to it you had to first summon up the courage to step out of the car and face the onslaught of flies. Then you had to get your gear out whilst battling the army of vicious Ninja flies that were determined to make there way into either your eyes, mouth, nose or ears. It was then just a simple matter of heading down the path with a torch because the cloud of flies above you was so thick that it was blocking out the sunlight.
Though the flies were terrible in Dunsborough and Yallingup this year the weather conditions were a landscape photographers dream. We had really nice cloud with hot and humid conditions that produced some really nice effects. This summer has certainly been a lot more exciting photography wise that last year. Let’s hope it stays like this.
Thanks for stopping by,
Well this is officially my last post for the year. Can’t believe its gone so incredibly fast. Again I hope you all party safely and I can’t wait to catch up with you all in the New Year.
This shot was taken at Quindalup boat ramp with Mark. As you can see the skies were really going off this particular afternoon. I’ve got heaps more shots from Sugarloaf Rock and Wyadup Rock from this evening but of course I’ll post them in the new year.
See you next year everyone,