A pre-dawn long exposure image from Bridgewater Bay, Blairgowrie, on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula.
(20 secs, f/8, iso200.)
Pictured below, a pre-dawn long exposure shot from Bridgewater Bay in Blairgowrie on the Mornington Peninsula.
Bridgewater Bay is accessible via a short walk from the carpark at the southern end of St Johns Wood Rd. Beach access is via a set of stairs. The best time to visit is at or near low tide when the rock platforms are exposed. Navigating the beach at high tide is problematic.
Tech stuff – 30 secs @ f/11
This image is available to purchase as a print in various forms and sizes here.
Pictured below, me shooting the bridge rock formation. Photo courtesy of friend Jason Cincotta.
October is a wonderful time on the back beaches of the Mornington Peninsula. The rock platforms are transformed by a thriving carpet of lush greenery that’s only visible near low tide. The photos below were taken at the Bay of Islands, Sorrento, but similar sights can be found all along the Mornington Peninsula back beaches at this time of year.
To get to the Bay of Islands park at the end of Diamond Bay Road. The walking track to the observation point is short and well signposted. Jump the fence and climb down the well worn path to reach the beach. 🙂
Techy stuff for the photo above – 30 sec f/8 ND400 filter
Techy stuff for the photo above – 30 secs f/7.1 ND400 filter
Techy stuff for the photo above – 30 secs f/10 ND400 filter
A series of long exposure images from The Blowhole Track at Flinders back beach on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula..
360 sec f/8 iso 200
Flinders Back Beach.
30 secs f/14 iso100
Following are a couple of shorter exposures –
Flinders Blowhole Track.
1.3 secs f/8 iso100