Narrabeen gorge at dawn // Sydney, Australia
Another long exposure photograph of Narrabeen gorge. This was my first time shooting the gorge and not intentionally. I woke early one Saturday morning and headed down to North Narrabeen to photograph the rock pool over the transition from dawn to daybreak. I arrived just in time to meet 50 of my closest friends. I exaggerate however I wasn’t alone and there was a cast of thousands that all had the same idea. As I didn’t want to fight for position by the rock pool I took off in front of them and stumbled across the rock feature, which I later found out was known as the gorge.
This is a 1 second long exposure just after sunrise, looking straight out to sea. It was my first time shooting the gorge and won’t be my last. I have plans to return on the future, I just need to do some planning, you know, work out the tide and swell conditions, where’s the sun going to rise, is it a weekend, do I really want to get out of bed early.
Image dimensions: 5338 x 3813 pixels