View at Point Danger

I did not think that i really enjoyed taking shoreline photos at Point Danger; the headland locating at the south end of Queensland state.

Here are collections of which I particularly like for the way how waves were caught by long exposures.

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Did you find any one of which caught your eyes? 🙂

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A winter sunrise and morning surf

This is a throwback from last winter; July 2017 at Manly Beach, which I just dug up while tidying (or try to do..) my drawer recently.

It was a crisp morning with rough choppy waves banged onto the beach.

The golden morning stuck me on, I could not move but taking morning sunshine over the face for a while.

This photo reminds me of myself being off from sunrise / early morning photography recently.  It may turn to kick me out of bed in one early morning sometime soon..  🙂

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Rolling, Swirling, and Dancing

I had an opportunity to take a short photography time at Watson’s Bay, where I hadn’t been for ages.

Looking ahead ocean from The Gap point was fabulous as always.

I took some photographs of the bottom of the cliff and this is one of them.

Watching water flow never got me bored as always.

A slight curse I had had to my self was that I did not have a tripod with me, which I love what the long exposure brings to the photos as always and I wished to take them with it.

So I put it this way – an another chance will come again or I will be decisive to set a plan the revisit there for taking these beautiful traces of water flow with long exposures.

And…

This is my submission to Monochrome Madness this week hosted by Leanne Cole.

Monochrome Madness is the community space she opens for other photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome images. As it is open community, everyone can participate.

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Dancing in the summer

I was photographing water flows at Maroubra beach, NSW, while I was waiting for a person to come.

This beach is a rare spot to visit once in a while so it was a fun photography time for me.

This shot was taken near Mahon pool, the rock pool located north side of Maroubra beach.  First I would have stopped by and just photographed some shots of seashore, however, I was completely fascinated by water flows, waves rolled in, breaking….  Gosh, my addict to watching flow of water stuck me at the spot pushing me to keep releasing shutter for taking many shots. 🙂

The top image is my submission to this wee Leanne Cole’s ‘Monochrome Madness’ for this week.  She opens her space for other photographers’ monochrome works every Thursday.  Please stop by to check or participate in for coming week.  Details are on her page.

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Mahon Rock Pool
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I love watching water making strings and flowing down from platforms
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Every moment caught differently
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Love this one that’s looking like platforms being eroded by the water
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A view from the top of north point of Maroubra beach

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A lone seagull on the rock – 一羽のカモメと背景

These photos were taken at Byron Bay when I went for my birthday trip.  It was really short trip but I had really great time entirely.

Anyway, I like these photos because of the slight yet continuous background changes happened behind the lone seagull on the solid rock.  I also like form of a series of waves I captured.  I usually love watching waves at any seashore and I can watch them for hours, zero boredom.  So I had had so many difficulties at Byron, to make myself move from a number of beautiful nature scenes  there.  Ocean waves were absolutely one of them.

Anyway, it will be great if you enjoy.

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この写真は9月の自身のバースデー旅行で、クィーンズランド州に近いバイロン・ベイに行ったときに撮ったものです。

一羽のカモメの背景にある波の動きと波の形、そして背景の変化が気に入っています。最後に波の向こう側からシー・カヤックをしている人達が見えたのも、気に入りました。

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