Despite the miserable weather conditions and no chance of a colourful sunrise, I took off early down to Wyadup Bay to explore an outcrop of rocks that I’d never explored before. After waiting for a slight break in the rain, I ventured out to seek an interesting composition with the rocks and crashing waves that might make for a compelling image.
I eventually come across a location where the water was pushing through a canal between the rocks and spilling over the rocks into the turquoise water below. I grabbed my camera bag and climbed over the rocks to get as close to the water as I could and find the best position to capture an image.
Once I had set my camera up, it was a case of waiting for the right moment and timing the shot correctly to get the image I wanted.
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