Sneaky Bombo

Its been a few years since I have visited the now very popular location known as the Bombo Quarry, this time I got to see it in a different light. The first time I visited Bombo was years ago and I rocked up here well before sunrise with no clue besides a map on the phone and some cool aerial views of crazy looking rocks.

After checking out the cliche spot (where this one was taken 🙂 ) I did have a look around the southern point and also on the headland, there is plenty of other interesting spots and it looks like there is some real potential on the southern side down on the rock shelf, mental note for next time.

I only had a short amount of time available and the light was very harsh, however the clouds were looking ok and the long exposure seemed to do the trick in adding some interest and/or originality to the frame 🙂

Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 16-35 mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f14 and Shutter Speed: 155.7s
ISO 100
Out front – Lee Graduated Filter 0.6x, Lee Bigstopper ND filter and Hoya CPL

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