Australian seascape and landscape photography

Sorrento to Queenscliff

The day started out well with brunch in Sorrento at the Buckley’s Chance restaurant with friends Christine and Caroline.
After being suitably fueled by brunch we strolled to the other end of town and boarded the Sorrento-Queenscliff Ferry for the short trip across the mouth of Port Phillip Bay to Queenscliff.
On arrival we departed the ferry to see what photographic treasures we could find along the beach.

Pictured below – Queenscliff Pier, shot in the early afternoon using an ND400 filter to extend the exposure time and soften the waves.
Queenscliff Pier - Jim Worrall - Australia - ND400 - long exposure

Pictured below – Evidence of Dredge, a pipeline from the offshore dredger snakes it way past heavy posts buried in the sand at the shoreline. The waves softened to a mist by the use of long exposure time.
Evidence of Dredge - Queenscliff - Jim Worrall - ND400 - long exposure

Pictured below, an unusual long exposure action shot of the ferry departing the Queenscliff beach on one of it’s many return journeys to Sorrento.
Queenscliff-Sorrento Ferry - long exposure - Jim Worrall - ND400

Pictured below – Caroline and Chris explore the beach with a ship load of onlookers viewing from the top deck of the ferry.
Ferry Queenscliff - Jim Worrall

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2 responses

  1. awesome first image, great leading lines

    January 7, 2012 at 3:01 pm

  2. beautiful pictures, as usual

    January 9, 2012 at 10:43 pm

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