Join me in experiencing my adventures on my photo shoots, as I unwrap my journey involved in capturing images that linger, whilst reflecting spectacular scenery that soak the should with peace and hope!
When I arrived at Wellington Point, looking at the early morning sky before first light, I knew I was going to be blessed with a sunrise to remember for some time to come.
It was a while since I had visited this wonderful location. It has been my photographic playground for several years. It’s interesting at high tide and low tide. The advantage with low tide is that I can wade quite far out. That is the benefit of wearing waders.
From start to finish, the sunrise was exceptional. When the red line ‘bled’ across the horizon at first light, it was a sign of things to come. The clouds were impacting. They altered their shape regularly due to the wind speed.
Sometimes the light can fade quickly during sunrises such as this one. But on that morning, the light remained consistently strong. I altered the position of my tripod often to maximise the light before me. The tide was coming in which added depth to the reflections.
As always, I walked away content knowing that I had captured some special shots.