Summer Sunrise at Camel Rock

Camel Rock is justifiably one of the most visited locations for landscape photography enthusiasts on the east coast. The jagged rocks here are pretty epic and, since you also have Horsehead Rock right next door you can often shoot both locations in day. With a badly injured knee and a high tide I restricted myself to Camel Rock and enjoyed a moody sunrise over these famous 500million year old rocks. After capturing the pre-sunrise light with my DSLR I fired up the Mavic 2 Pro and took some aerial shots as the sun tried to break through the low cloud. With it being the weekend, and the summer holiday, I’d expected to find more photographers down there but there was only one other guy who looked like he’d slept in his car overnight. Hope he got a few keepers!

For the last 16 years I’ve been photographing, blogging (and more recently vlogging) about everything I find, see and enjoy here in South Coast, New South Wales. This is my blogging site focused on my hobby (and part-time job) of photography. Please enjoy my little writing and my photography and I’d love to hear your feedback.
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