A little bit of the English countryside just outside Edale in the Peak District
- Aperture: ƒ/11
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 29mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 1/50s
From Australia to New Zealand and the far North of the North Island for some dramatic coastline as the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean at Cape Reinga.
The water is so clear I had an urge to jump in and drink it!
One of my favourite spots on the Northern Territory is Karlu Karlu – more commonly known as The Devils Marbles.
They’re about 90km South of Tennant Creek and if you’re driving the Stuart Highway they’re well worth stopping at – and if you’re looking for a rest stop there is a nice campground in the middle of them (no facilities except for some drop toilets) – but that’s all you really need and you get to the the rocks at sunset and sunrise!
Another shot from a recent morning spent at Bondi before rain took over the city – these rocks are located on the North side of the beach and it’s a good spot to watch the waves. Just be careful if you’re on the rocks as big waves can come out of nowhere!
A day with a lot of rain and the dark clouds roll in over Bondi itself.
Storm clouds roll in over Bondi Beach bringing with it a heap of rain for the city.
Rather than sit inside all day with the rain forecast I went out to Bondi for some long exposure shots. There are more to follow but this was just before the rain got too much and the lens eneded up with too much water on it – not helpful when shooting at f/22!
Staying with the beach theme and a shot of Alex during a recent sunset shoot. The location is the Harbour side of Manly beach.
More in this gallery.
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