Mark Stothard and I went out to the Willyabrup Cliffs this afternoon. It was a good choice because it is away from the crowds of tourists, and it is a pretty spectacular site. The first image I got was this panorama (2 rows of 4 images). Each image is a blend of 4-5 different exposures (my wide angle lens doesn’t take ND filters). This shot is looking back towards the cliffs. There are three people in this image. On the left is Mark in white shorts and a black top. In the centre is a guy in a blue shirt who has just abseiled down the cliffs. On the right is a guy in a black shirt looking on from the cliff.
In February I went to the cliffs near sunset, and took a series of shots of someone climbing the cliff. I superimposed them all on one image. Here is the result. You can get a good appreciation of the scale of the cliffs by the small size of the climber. Unfortunately his shirt blends in well with the colours of the rock, and you will have to look closely.