Over Easter Bron and I joined the traditional Canberra exodus and headed to the coastal hamlet of South Durras on the NSW south coast for a few days. Nestled in the Murramarang National Park, where the wildlife is tame and abundant and one needed to be careful not to trip over the kangaroos and rabbits, South Durras is about 15 minutes north of Batemans Bay and has ocean views over Cookies Beach and Mills Beach and on to Wasp Island.
The intention for our getaway was to spend lots of time relaxing and doing lots of very little. Well, I'm glad to say this was very much achieved while still managing to find time to take the cameras for a few walks and to enjoy a few spectacular sunrises.
While the sunrises were spectacular they ended up being a little costly. While the rocky headlands provided fantastic vantage points to capture wave action and sunrises, they provide little relief for cameras falling in the half light of sunrise, we will say no more … Lesson learnt.
Till the next post.
Before Sunrise at Cookies Beach … 14mm Prime lens f/16 3.2sec ISO-100
Early morning northern headland Mills Beach … 14mm Prime lens f/22 2.5sec ISO-100
Northern headland Cookies Beach … 14mm Prime lens f/11 3.2sec ISO-100
Crazy Fishermen at Dolphin Point … 18-55mm Canon f3.5-5.6 IS STM f/10 1/250sec ISO-100