When we visited this location on Phillip Island, the weather was not looking promising. The sky was completely overcast with unspectacular clouds. I already thought I would go home without a photo worth showing, but right after sunset the horizon began burning for a short period of time. The rocks on this beach are already quite red, but the fading sunset light turned them an even deeper red.
It’s been such a fun year for my Photography and I’ve had such a great time shooting different people & places 😊A big thank you for everyone’s support, encouragement and feedback aling the way. Looking forward to what 2019’s adventures and creativity have in store. Love Mel xx
Found my way down to the bottom of Belmore Falls today, not an easy hike fallen trees, slippery rocks, boggy mud and of course leeches. The amount of water coming over the edge was producing a massive spray and mist. To get a decent shot I had to sit in a little cave where I got less spray on my camera gear, but I still had to wipe the filter in between shots.
The challenge with every composition is how to simplify it, decide what to keep in and most importantly what to keep out, distilling the image to it's bare essence. Along with beautiful light, I think it is what makes a successful photo.
Nice, clean and crisp, this is one of my favourite to date. Would you believe me if I tell you that this one took a while to find?
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The #AbrolhosIslands looking as amazing as ever. We’re expecting some beautiful weather over the summer break, which means perfect time to give the #Abrolhos a visit! 🙌🏻☀️