The following is a series of images taken during my two week travels throughout South Australia over the Summer break of 2017/2018.
Tom and Eva Lookout, Port Campbell, Victoria
From Melbourne, I headed down to the Great Ocean Road and spent the night at Port Campbell. This shot was taken just after dawn, where I had gone down to the Razorback to take a number of images there at sunrise.
Cape Dombey Obelisk, Robe, South Australia
Quite possibly one of the best sunsets that I saw in 2017. Believe it or not it was actually pouring down iwht rain a couple of hours before this. As such, I turned up more out of hope that naything. However when the sun started to set, the colours started to grow in intensity and they just continued to get stronger arnd stronger unitl it looked like the whole sky was on fire. This was easily on eo fthose scenarios where it’s always best to go out because you never know what you’re going to get.
Ingalalla Falls, Hay Flat South Australia
Located halfway between the beautiful seaside town of Victor Harbour, and the departure point for Kangaroo Island (Cape Jervis), lies Ingallalla Falls.. A short walk from the base of the surrounding valley, these falls were particularly interesting due to the swirling mass of bubbles at the base. Making this a long exposure really allows you to see the movement at the base of the falls.
Remarkable Rocks/Admirals Arch, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
These series of photographs were taken from the south-west coast of Kangaroo Island within the Flinders Chase National Park. A rugged and windswept part of the island, this is home to the interesting rock formations known as the ‘Remarkable Rocks’ that appear to have been thrown out at the end of the peninsula by a giant. Furthermore, this section of coastline is a well known breeding ground for Australian and New Zealand Fur Seals, and I was lucky enough to see a number of mothers and their pups amongst the hundreds of seals that I saw there.