Dragon's Perch

This small trail of rocks etched out of the sand at Collaroy reminded me of a kids fairy tale of a place where a dragon should be sitting, right out there on that rocky outcropping, ready to lunge and eat up any child who did not bring home their lunch containers… i'm looking at you here Chaos 🙂 . Scene is complete with greenish yellow dragon poo, aka seaweed 🙂

The overcast conditions and the 267s exposure time left the scene with a soft glow and completely removed that lady (who I would call crazy) swimming out in the murky seaweed infested water 🙂

D750 coupled with Nikkor 16-35 f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f11 and Shutter Speed: 267s
ISO: 100
Out front: Lee bigstopper, Lee 0.9x graduated filter and Hoya Circular Polariser

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12 thoughts on “Dragon's Perch

  1. +Richard Hallford Thanks Richard – I had not looked at the BW option, I will however take a look at that since your right it could look quite good ..There was no breeze, at this level anyway, that said I find the LE can a bump or too, the long exposure 'overwrites' any little movements

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