Wet feet, unpredictable waves and deer
yep, you read that correctly, deer, whole herd of them in fact – I have been the to the Royal National Park a number of times and never seen a deer, however on this morning I saw a whole bunch of them, what does that have to do with this photo? nothing:) they where on the other side of the lagoon keeping a very safe distance from me 😉 well out of photographic reach.
A little channel leading down into the relatively sheltered beach that is Little Marley, a great spot and only a a relatively short walk (4.3 kms) from the carpark. This morning with the Focus group, or should a say a small fraction thereof, was a excellent reccy trip to really check the place out. The place is littered with excellent seascape compositions and you could go back a dozen times and visit a different portion of the seaside. I guess thats a pretty true statement for any of the main features in the Royal National Park.
Single frame, under the protection of a umbrella, sheesh that makes composing hard 😉 had a mess of spray on the filters anyway 🙁
D7000 coupled with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 @11mm Aperture: f/3 and Shutter Speed: 2s
out front – a very wet LEE graduated filter 0.9 and screw in circular polariser
As always, I welcome any suggestions, comments and improvements to my photography, they are always warmly welcomed.