Tag Archives: Cervantes

Milky Way and the Pinnacles

I went up to Jurien Bay and Cervantes today with another photog, Greg Ratajchak and we had some fun light painting some of the Pinnacles. The clouds cleared away nicely to pave the way for a totally star lit night. … Continue reading

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Cervantes Ripples

These dunes change every time I go there, but they always give me a total sense of serenity. Nothing better I reckon, treking to locations like this, with backpack, Tripod and camera and then being able to capture it!

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Milky Way Sand Dunes

As mentioned on Facebook, I went up to Cervantes to shoot the Pinnacles again with Mr. Spool. After sunset we set out back down the coast to some sand dunes just off the road, had dinner and then set out … Continue reading

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Golden Sands

After seeing Neal’s comment it prompted me to look back at the Cervantes shoot and found this little gem lurking. I tried a few new techniques on it for a more arty and different look and I think I achieved … Continue reading

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The famous Western Australian Pinnacles!

                    Following on from previous post, here is the first of the Pinnacles series we shot last night. Shot with my trusty 17mm tilt shift so it is sharp from front … Continue reading

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Cervantes Jetty

      I took this the other day whilst up at Cervantes. This is the old jetty where they used to land their crayfish. Cool clouds eh! It looks like Photogs aren’t cooks eh, as I have had little … Continue reading

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Generation Fisheries Cervantes

                                        I went up to Cervantes yesterday to do a commercial shoot for some old friends and business associates of mine, … Continue reading

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