We’ve come up to the Central Coast of NSW for a short holiday.
Since arriving this afternoon, we’ve gone to Norah Head Lighthouse, and as I type this, I’m sitting on a rock on Soldiers Point, a fantastic rock shelf two minutes south of Norah Head.
I decided to recce this place today with a view to coming back here at dawn tomorrow.
Right now the light is entirely wrong, but I’ve taken a few snapshots of locations along the point which would make for good seascape images.
It’s cloudy and there’s a strong south-easterly blowing, but I’m hoping tomorrow’s dawn will produce a magical sky. It’s my first foray back into seascaping after a long hiatus and I’m hoping I score.
There are some really great nooks and crannies here, and I cannot wait to come back and shoot it properly.