The right path

step delicately to avoid those shakey snakeys 🙂 and follow that good green grassy path down to the ocean.

Vertical panorama and dreaming of one of those tilt shift lens 🙂
4 portrait orientation shots stitched together in +Adobe Photoshop
Exif Love:
D750 coupled with 16-35mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f/20 and Shutter Speed: 1/1.6s
ISO 100
out front – Lee Graduated Filter (0.9x) and Hoya CPL, bigass swell and lots of cool textured rock.

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23 thoughts on “The right path

  1. My bad +Gerard Blacklock​ and I don't blame you for the hesitation. Since reading that post I have been intensely aware of the local wildlife. It spiders I have to worry about with the Blue Mountains (Funnel Webbs) and I have to admit I freak every time I feel somthing run up my pants in the pitch black of night. Stay safe mate and keep punching out those great pics.

  2. +Matthew Fowler
    yeah the spiders get me too, whilst normally I am not overly concerned with snakes, spider or octopus's , things do get a bit heightened when your out there alone with no phone coverage and if something did happen no real way to get back quickly. But, if thats the only thing I gotta worry about in my life then its gotta be ok 🙂

  3. +Gerard Blacklock​ Yeah its the remote areas that get you into that fear factor but whole heatedly agree. At least I'm doing something I enjoy if that's the way I'm going to go, well so be it. Mind you I do do the daggy thing with tucking my jeans into my socks now, hell there is no one to see it anyway at that time of night besides the occasional couple looking for a nookie spot, which I ruin for them 🙂

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