Australian seascape and landscape photography

Posts tagged “waves

The Things We Do For Love (of seascape photography) – Tea Tree Creek

Most photographers with a passion for seascape photography will admit that putting themselves out there close to the edge of a violent ocean provides them with a certain personal thrill and sense of exhilaration, ….and of course this keeps us coming back for more.  🙂

Pictured below, a couple of images from a recent trip to Tea Tree Creek beach near Flinders on the Mornington Peninsula.  My friend Jason positioned nice ‘n close to the action.

Mornington Peninsula, Jim Worrall, seascape, black and white, Long exposure

Mornington Peninsula, Jim Worrall, seascape, black and white, Long exposure


On the Beach at Narooma

I was fortunate to stay in the town of Narooma in New South Wales for a couple of days on a recent trip up the coast.
Narooma is home to some interesting natural rock formations along the ocean beach. When combined with some great surf the photo opportunities are plentiful.

Narooma beach - Glasshouse rocks - Jim Worrall - seascape - beach - Australia

Narooma beach - Jim Worrall - seascape - ocean - Australia

Narooma beach - Jim Worrall - seascape - misty ocean - sea

Narooma beach - Glasshouse rocks - Jim Worrall - seascape - misty - ocean

And finally, a man made rockscape in Narooma, the Wagonga Inlet.
Wagonga Inlet - Narooma - Jim Worrall - seascape - beach - ocean - Australia


Cyclical Rendezvous – water motion at Rye beach

Pictured below, a long exposure image capturing the remnants of spent waves returning to the relentless ocean at Rye beach, Victoria, Australia.

Cyclical Rendezvous.
Cyclical Rendezvous - Rye beach - Jim Worrall - Australia - ND400 - long exposure

…….and for those who prefer a black and white version………,
Cyclical Rendezvous.
Cyclical Rendezvous - Rye beach - black and white - Jim Worrall - ND400 - long exposure - ocean - waves


Running the Gauntlet

A 2 second exposure at f22, ISO 100.