I make an effort to head out to photograph the local landscape every day. Quite often I will head out for sunrise (usually at one of the local beaches) and, if the skies are looking good I’ll head out for sunset too. In a sense these collections are like photo diaries too as I often make note of anything that catches my eye.
The folks down at Dolphin Watch Cruises invited a whole bunch of photographers from far and wide down to Jervis Bay on Saturday for a two hour discovery cruise around the bay. Here's what we got up to.
After yesterday's awesome sunrise I had high hopes for some colour in the sky in the evening - but it wasn't to be.
Awesome sky colour and an opportunity to fly the drone on Seven Mile Beach in Shoalhaven Heads.
The sky delivered during an enjoyable evening amongst the vines of Crooked River Wines in Gerringong.
I didn't hold out great hope for a dazzling light display on Seven Mile Beach but actually it was a nice sunset.
It was a windy sunset but the Mavic 2 Pro coped admirably with the conditions during a colourful late summer sunset at Gerroa.
As I do most evenings I checked the sky last night to see if we might get some sunset colour. The clouds looked good, so I had a squizz at the radar and could see gaps in the clouds to the south.
Sometimes sunrises at Seven Mile are deserted and sometimes it's like rush hour - this morning it was the latter with loads of people out enjoying the best part of the day.