Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

The different faces of the ocean.

Within a few kilometres of my home there are an amazing array of rock formations and beaches. They are always changing, and always worth photographing. Here are two very different shots taken within a couple of kilometres of each other. The first was taken at Canal Rocks just after sunrise. This rock formation is a natural canal with a row of offshore “islands” protecting the canal. There are gaps in this protection and the sea surges into the canal which has strong currents. A slow shutterspeed shows these currents.

Canal Rocks

Canal Rocks

The next shot was taken mid afternoon at Wyadup. The incoming waves were reflecting off the rocks and the surfers were catching this superimposed wave. I specifically went down mid afternoon to get the sun backlighting the waves (we face West here!)._DSC8373-11

Wyadup backlit

Wyadup backlit

2 responses

  1. Beautiful light skipping off of the waves.

    April 29, 2013 at 9:08 am

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