Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Sugarloaf Rocks sunset

This is the classical Sugarloaf Rocks shot. The majority of the action in the sky occurred after most photographers had left. There were three of us – the other two were a husband and wife pair. The wife was the photographer whereas the husband only had a PS camera. He wanted to leave but I convinced them to stay on. Just then her batteries ran out and the husband got the best image of the night.

I liked this so much I have used it as the front page of a book I am preparing on the scenery of the Cape to Cape walking trail.

This was a 30 second exposure at f22.

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