Ross Jones Memorial Pool at Coogee, NSW Australia. Just before sunrise with the storm clouds on the horizon makes for dramatic skies with a pink tinge.
Bare Island, La Perouse NSW Australia. Early Morning colours at this interesting location. This island was used for filming on Mission Impossible 2.
The flow of water around the rocks at sunset - Cronulla NSW Australia
A long exposure at Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Cape Solander near Boat Harbour. This photo was taken as the storm was approaching from behind with the wind at 50km/hr gusting upto 70km/hr
A long exposure photo of the waves crashing on the rocks as the tides comes in at the Alley, Cronulla Australia.
Long exposure with Lee Filters "Big Stopper" of the waves on the rock platforn next to the ocean pool at Cronulla. Canon 7D Tokina 11-16mm Lee Filters Big Stoper Lee Filters 0.6ND Hard Grad
This is a section of the cliff tops where water runs off. Over the years the water has eroded this interesting gully into the rocks. This little gully looks out to the ocean and the waves crashing on the rocks below.
Dawn is a wonderful time of day with interesting light and colours. This photo was taken on the cliff tops at Cape Solander, Kurnell, NSW Australia. The tripod was less than 30cm from the edge of the cliff and the crashing waves below. The cliffs are sandstone which weathers into interesting shapes with plenty of textures and different colours. http://sdlphotography.com.au
The Old Quarry at Bombo, NSW Australia has stunning Basalt rock formations, that stand against the ocean. As sunset approaches the colour of the clouds begins to turn and this amazing landscape takes on a completely new feeling.
This photo was captured with the first light of the day just starting to appear (between astronomical dawn and nautical dawn - this means that the sun is between 18˚ and 12˚ below the horizon). The glow above the trees on the cliff tops is the lights from Cronulla. There was just enough light for me to find my way to the cliff edge safely, although I did step in a few puddles of water along the way. Location Cape Solander, Kurnell, NSW Australia.
Sandstone cliffs at Cape Solander, Kurnell NSW Australia.
Underwater Photographer of the Year 2015 winner - Nuno Sa
By Cathy Church. This gorgonian hydroid is about a quarter inch across in real life and lives at the tip of a gorgonian.
Heh, this must've been at about 1/2000th or 1/4000th of a second! :D -- Update: Ahhhh... you know, if you recorded video at 720p60 (60fps), you have 60 chances per second to catch a bubble like this... rather than 3-5 chances, like if you're just burst-shooting photos. You'd just make sure the shutter speed is as high as it can go, like 1/4000th. (Careful not to confuse shutter speed and frames per second, like I used to do.)
Magnificent Waterblow at Nusa Dua Envision majestic Indian Ocean waves crashing against rock cliffs – have you ever seen a waterblow in person? Visit the hidden rock cliff in Nusa Dua to witness one of nature’s prettiest sights.