Here’s some images from the Kilcunda end of the George Bass Coastal Walk.
Below – 1.6 secs, f/8, ND400 filter. Available as a print here.
Below – 25 secs, f/14, ND400 filter. Available as a print here.
Below – 8 secs, f/13, ND400
Below – 0.6 secs, f/4.5, filter ND400
Below – Tog on a rock. Jason on the rock platforms at Kilcunda, taking in the scenery.
A couple of long exposure images from the surf beach at Kilcunda.
On the way back home from a recent excursion to Cape Liptrap we stopped off at the mouth of the Powlett River.
I had just enough time to catch this image before the rain started to pour down hard.
On an unseasonally warm winter’s day last weekend, I took advantage of the fine weather to reintroduce myself back to our fine ocean coastline.
Upon arrival at Kilcunda, located on Victoria’s Bass Coast, the sea was remarkably calm and there was a thick haunting mist in the air. A wonderful sight indeed. 🙂
Pictured below – The Mists of Kilcunda
Technical stuff – The image was taken mid afternoon using an ND400 filter to lengthen the exposure time and thus soften the appearance of the sea.
Some HDR tonemapped images of the Kilcunda trestle rail bridge, Australia.
There’s a wikipedia page for Kilcunda here.