Articles Tagged 'Dawn'
During the middle of last week, I headed to a spot just south of Blackwoods Beach in Cronulla, and shot this image under a rich yet moody sky, as the sun rose to signal the start of a very hot summer day: I have shot along this stretch of Cronulla's coastline a few times, but not [ read more ]
I am back, shooting seascapes again. This image was captured early in my second seascape session of 2016, and my third dawn outing in less than a week. The predicted cloud cover for this morning looked quite favourable, so I headed to south Cronulla, and found this appealing rock shelf just south of Blackwoods Beach. While [ read more ]
Since my return to seascaping last week, I have been keen to head back out at dawn to shoot more seascapes. On the one hand, I failed; but on the other hand, I succeeded - at capturing a different kind of image at dawn. Having checked the weather and cloud situation the night before, I [ read more ]
This morning was the first occasion on which I have shot a seascape since June of 2013 - quite a long time. In the past few weeks I have felt a desire to head back out in the pre-dawn darkness and photograph the ocean and coastline again, a desire which has not been in me for [ read more ]
A new day for us in the Mara had arrived. While it was only the third day, the routine of the early rises, a Maasai escort to the camp fire, some quick online activity over a hot drink, and departure into the ever-fading darkness, had become very normal and comfortable. We met Francis at the [ read more ]
This is an image I shot in January of 2012 at Sydney's well-photographed Turimetta Beach. This particular scene is further away from the main gorge and rocks featured in so many images. The morning brought a few successful images, but this one had sat untouched and unpublished for the past three years. A moody, rain-laden [ read more ]