It hasn't been the best weather week in Newcastle. In fact it feels like winter is back! It's been raining since Wednesday and it's cold again :(
Every morning this week I have been driving at 7am and there has been a beautiful rainbow to the West. I was hoping for the same today but, alas, it was not to be.
I've been trying to get a shot of the Bogey Hole for a while now and haven't had much success. Last week was the closest I've come so I decided to give it another crack today. I stopped off on the ANZAC walk as the sun hadn't risen yet. It's now and iconic part of Bathers Way that runs up the coast of Newcastle. The above image is the first I've captured here. So many possibilities!
When I got to the Bogey Hole, the waves were massive. I have this spot near the edge of the cliff that I think will, one day, deliver the shot I'm looking for. Except, this morning it was being bettered by the waves. I decided to take my chances and try to nip in between waves. By the time I managed to get in, the sun had unfortunately come up over the horizon a little more than I wanted. Oh well, back next week :)
Above: Canon 5Dmiii, 16-35L II with polariser @18mm, ISO50, f/22, 30sec
Below: Canon 5Dmiii, 16-35L II with polariser @16mm, ISO50, f/18, 6sec, Cokin 0.3 ND filter