Liz showed me this gorgeous location set in the Sydney Harbour National Park, last week & I have been waiting for an opportunity to trek down there and photograph it. I set my alarm for 4:10am and was on location a bit early – but better than running late for a sunrise shoot. Dawn light was average and I soon realised that the location was sheltered from the direct sunrise (which is probably why not many images appear on Flickr, etc…). Regardless, it was still a lovely morning to be up nice and early and I got a couple of nice shots. I think this is more a location to be shooting during the day with a polariser on.
This is an image blend from 3 shots, as it was so dark on the rock face at that time of the morning.
The best part about this location is the old fishermen shacks on the cliff face. It has a very interesting history: http://pacific-edge.info/hidden-path-to-a-coves-history/