I headed out to Narrabeen and Turimetta for a dawn seascape with a group of friends from AusPhotography, and finally was greeted with a good sky. Of the numerous dawn shoots I’ve done this year, this is the fourth good sky I’ve seen. It has been a struggle, and immensely frustrating at that.
While most of the group lingered around the tidal pool at Narrabeen, I splish-splashed my way north to Turimetta. The high tide prevented access to Turimetta Beach and its famous gorge, but I did capture some pleasing imagery nearby, such as this:
I captured quite a few dramatic scenes of the gorge a little further south at Narrabeen, and will post those at a later stage.
It was definitely pleasing to be greeted with a colourful, cloud-laden sky. It makes shooting so much easier and so much more enjoyable!