It started off as a 18 shot (6 vertical frames, each bracketed) panorama and got seriously whittled down. Realistically it could have been done with 3 landscape shots, but hey, wheres the fun in that 😉
Taken a few years back when there was a bit more rain about – for some reason I was looking for a image deep under some magnetised bits of my hardrive when I found this folder and had a look in, plenty of unedited images sitting around waiting for some love (and time).
Located at Leura just under the main Falls (which I think is actually the Bridal Veil ones) its only a 30 minute walk down, a bit longer up since its mostly stairs 🙂
Nikon D7000 with the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 @ 11mm
Shutter Speed: 30s
Just a little old look out called 'Pulpit Rock', hats off to the lads who built this ting, pretty much hanging off the edge of a very large cliff.
The falls in the distance are known to most locals as Bridal Veil falls and I believe there are still some signposting reflecting this, however it has been simply named Govett's Leap now..
Taken in the middle of the day, just before a mild thunderstorm came in, another sneaky landscape when I was meant to be somewhere else 🙂