Started yesterday with some exciting news that I had won the Cromwell Photos and Words competition, with an exceptional prize of a 45 minute helicopter ride with Heliview Flights. So I'll be needing to head back over to NZ to get my prize.
Here's a link to the story
And of course my winning photo, taken at my Uncle's vineyard back in February.
Took advantage of a short day at work to go explore the cliffs north of Bondi.
With a bit of time on my hands, a forecast for high cloud around sunset, I drove down to Kamay Botany Bay National Park in Sydney's south. I also wanted to play with my new Hitech 6 stop ND during the day. The sandstone cliffs offer a few different interesting compositions as well as interesting patterns in the stone itself.
Near the shore of Loch Maree, part of the route to the summit of Slioch. We were walking to the waterfalls nearby. Despite all the photogenic mountains surrounding the walk, I was drawn to the lines and shapes in these trees.
Given that I spent 3 weeks back in Scotland in February I have a few new photos to add to the website . This is of the only morning I braved to get up for a pre sunrise shoot. Located on the Morayshire coast near Portknockie, conviently only 10mins from where we were staying the night in little Portsoy. Bow Fiddle Rock is a place I've been keen to visit so it was nice to capture it on a moody morning.