We headed back from Dunsborough very early this morning and as I approached Lake Clifton I saw the conditions were clearing up to make way for a cool shoot at Lake Clifton.
A quick diversion past the site of some of the worlds oldest living organisms, the Thrombolites paid dividends with perfect conditions.
These 3 shots are the results!
Here is another shot from the shoot out with Christian yesterday.
We were out again this morning for a few hours and managed to get some gold I think.
On the way out to Breaky this morning, I spotted this little gem developing. So following my own rule of ‘if you see it shoot it’!
Heading out shortly with Christian for some more gold I hope!
This shows the arduous process of fairing the external surfaces of a super yacht.
Every square meter of the yacht will receive this treatment!
I think we are all a bit over the ongoing barrage of winter that has been set upon us over the last few weeks, so I thought I would go back over the archives and find a typically spring image to brighten things up a bit!
This was shot just under a year ago whilst heading up to Paynes Find with Photog mate Murph for the weekend.
A few of us are setting out again in a couple of weeks and we hope to capture the turning season from Winter to Spring.
Here’s a bit of a different look at the popular rock…Sugar Loaf.
Here is a higher version of the Quininup Falls.
6 image stitch at 50mm.
Here is another perspective of Quininup Falls with Christian Fletcher and Dave Bettini.
Yesterday evening Christian, Dave and myself headed out to Quininup falls for a sunset shoot, which worked out pretty well actually…apart from the trek back up a big sand dune on the way home!
This morning myself and a photog mate, Dave Betini and I set out to Moses Rocks to see what was on offer.
A little bit challenging to say the least as the front you can see in these shots ended up dumping on us so we skiddadled back fro breaky instead!