It wasn't until Sunday that I got time to get away with the camera. The youngest kid is still recovering from his concussion, and everyone else had other tasks to do. I wanted to get outside for a while. So I opted to try out Long Bay again, as I have some ideas I want to experiments. Those experiments however, were frustrated by the weather- the intermittent showers and incoming tide weren't ideal. Nonetheless, it seemed like a good time to use the circular polariser with the other filters.
The first shot was taken at Long Bay with the 20mm lens.
I've put the rocks in the foreground for interest, and lined up some rocks heading deeper into the gulf. This was when the weather was at its finest.
Moving along a bit, the weather started closing in again.
Then the last before the rain began. I switched to the 10-stop Big Stopper and dragged the shutter out to 2 minutes.
No comments posted.
Recent PostsSunset at O’Neill Bay A little macro, a little creative The 2021 Photo Project Walking in water: First trip to the Pararaha Stream The Waterfalls of Tangoio Reserve What a lot of water: Waipunga Waterfall New Photos added this week A seascape for the shortest day Fun with the Sony a7R Blowing bubbles