Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Smuggler's Cave on the coast!

Alright, so it's been a while since I posted anything, so why not a photo from my most recent adventures? The point of this photo is more around putting it together, which required (the way I did it anyway) 6 photos, Luminance HDR and Hugin. Turned out okay, given the harsh lighting conditions. This was taken on the South Coast of NSW, in the morning, with very strong lighting behind from a very bright early morning sun, and very dark shadows. The cave was a complete surprise, and looked ideal for smuggling goods in days of old. A narrow cut in the rocks at beach level (behind) would have allowed a small rowboat to come in.... Smugglers Cave

1 comment:

Oscar Wildde said...

It's awesome! The morning light makes it special. The colors are so bright under the sun. I'd love to see it. I imagine the peace and serenity that crowd the place. Describing photos is my passion at http://www.essaykings.me/.
Oscar W