There are some amazing rock structures on the south coast of NSW. Some of these (such as Cathedral Rocks) have been drawing photographers down to photograph them since the start of the last century. And amongst the best known coastal rock structures is Glasshouse Rocks in Narooma. These rocks were recognised by the Geological Society of Australia as dating between 510 and 440 million years old, which is ancient by anyone’s standards.
I photographed this location towards the end of summer in 2016 on a family holiday down the coast. I arrived on the beach in plenty of time and set up the tripod with the 50mm lens on the camera, positioned in such a way for the sun to rise between the two main rock structures.