Whenever I head to the south-west I always try and shoot Sugarloaf at least once.
Arguably the most photographed spot in the area, most angles have been shot before, but I still just can’t help and make the trek here.
A chance of thunderstorms this morning brought high expectations for myself and fellow storm nut and photographer Jaden McLean but they decayed before reaching the capes, however the remaining cloud was pretty awesome.
I have a few shots of this iconic rock already, but decided to have a go at another panorama. This is a 7 shot panorama taken while I was in the SW a few weeks ago attending the South West Light seminars.
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Last weekend I had the privilege to attend a seminar/workshop with some of Australia’s and worlds best landscape photographers. Ninety Degrees 5 (ND5) are a group of photographers consisting of Christian Fletcher, Dr Les Walkling, Tony Hewitt, Peter Eastway, Michael Fletcher and Nick Rains.
These guys provided some truly inspirational presentations. Most of the time I was jaw to the ground that I was actually able to listen and be in the presence of these guys.
So about this shot, while I was down in Busselton, There was no doubt I was gong to take full advantage to get out and shoot the local landscape as much as I could possibly fit in. Saturday and Sunday morning both started at 4am for me. Saturday morning I visited Sugarloaf rock, while on Sunday I visited Meelup beach, and afterwards ventured back across to Sugarloaf, to capture some of the wild weather that was hitting the capes at the time.
The weekend was just awesome, I am eagerly awaiting my return to the South-West, sooner rather then later, one to revisit the ND5 exhibition being held at the Yallingup Art Studios/Gallery. And two, to shoot more around the magnificent coastline around the south-west.
Hope you enjoy these two shots, one from Sugarloaf rock and one from Meelup beach.
I have a couple more images from both areas that I will put together soon, stay tuned.
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