This spot featured previously in my posts. This is the Sugarloaf Rock in the south west region of Western Australia. I have started to explore it more thoroughly only in recent times. I was able to spend a couple of evenings there late last year and that allowed to me to roam the area in search of different compositions.
In this instance I wanted to get down between the rocks as much as possible and catch some of the great flow and motion of the incoming waves. It was a gentle evening with low tide and I was able to get in very close to the water.
I used a polarising filter in this photo and it had a pronounced effect on the sky, rendering the tones slightly darker and more unusual than one would expect at dusk. I quite like the effect and I found that it added something extra to the mood of this scene.
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