My landscape photography definitely goes through peaks and troughs. Depending upon the weather and whatever else is going on in my life, the camera bag can stay in the car for a week or more without getting opened. But sometimes you get a run of opportunities together and it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to process all the photos you’re taking. This last week has definitely been a bit of peak – particularly the weekend. On this particular Saturday we shot the sunrise on Washerwomans in Bendalong and then photographed the stingrays at the boat ramp. Then we headed back to Berry and, with the dying hours of daylight savings upon us, headed over to Gerroa to photograph what turned out to be a punchy, if brief, sunset. Absolutely loads of people on the beach enjoying this Indian summer we’ve been having. I flew the drone and didn’t even taken the Canon out of the bag.
even Mile Beach at Gerroa is my ‘go to’ beach as it’s a short drive from my house and offers a flexible number of landscapes in one small area. You can shoot on the beach, on the reserve by the boat ramp, over the rocks behind Crooked River or round the corner at Black Head.