During my last trip to Albany I made my way down to the rocky coast with a mate of mine. The swell was up and pounding the coastline.
Last week I was fortunate enough to visit the City of Albany. The southern coastline of Western Australia is rugged and dangerous, but it is also breathtakingly beautiful. There were countless moments where I found myself just in my own little world staring out over the cliffs, and just soaking in the sounds and smells of this magnificent place.
I was extremely lucky to again catch up with a photographer friend of mine Tina Bartley, and also meet for the first time Shawn Haywood. It was an absolute pleasure shooting with these two photographers. I look forward to my next visit to Albany, hopefully not in the too distant future.
This image was taken on my second last night accompanied by Tina and Shawn.
Burns Beach is one of my favourite local beaches to photograph. Rock features on the north side of the groyne provide a great foreground for the magical sunsets the West Australian coast is renowned for. Next time I hope to arrive just a little earlier so I can get to another location further to the south of this spot.
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0 USM IS + 0.6 Lee ND Grad