A perfect sunrise in a little bay near Manly. Boy, you don’t even want to know what I went through to get this shot.
I took this photo whilst on a family holiday in our caravan. Though my boys were none the wiser as they were all still warm in their beds back at camp.
Again I was sitting and waiting, and pacing and waiting, re-cleaning my lens and waiting. Waiting for the sun to show itself. I took a few photos around the point as the sky started to pink up, I wasn’t happy with the location I was in and decided to head uphill a bit more, as I was coming up over the rise, I was so excited to see this shining red life saver standing out like a beacon.
It really gave this photo a point of interest on would otherwise be bland rocks. It really balances the right hand side of the photo and stops the beautiful sky on the left stealing all the thunder. The Marine Rescue team later informed me that they have placed these on all the headlands in the area. What a great idea for there is a lot of rock fishing in this NSW south coast area.
I love the greens and texture of moss. I couldn’t walk past this site without taking a photo.