I think one of the hardest things we, as photographers, experience is the constant search for something new. I've been shooting in and around Newcastle for a while now and drawing inspiration from many sources. This afternoon I had actually planned to go back to the Bogey Hole and shoot from my normal vantage point...boring.
Most people will tell you that the definition of stupidity is to adopt the same approach and expect a different result. This thought was mulling around in my head as I watched the clouds roll in from the East. So, I decided to look for something else. I jumped the rail, battled with my fear of heights and set up high above. I'll definitely be back to this spot for a sunrise shot soon!
Canon 5Dmiii, 16-35L II with polariser @16mm, ISO50, f/16, 10 sec