Australia is home to a whole bunch of amazing sights. One of the most famous being the Twelve Apostles, located on the beautiful Great Ocean Road. But as spectacular as the Apostles are, if you head a few clicks west of them you will arrive at an equally spectacular demonstration of natures own art, Loch Ard Gorge.
We stopped there on our way back from a holiday, so I didn’t get to choose a nice clear day shoot some pictures; I was stuck with overcast dark clouds. Not ideal, but far from the worst. On the plus side, the sea was quite angry and I much prefer to shoot crashing waves than still water.
The first couple here are from the top of the (large number of) stairs that lead down to the water. The rest are others are taken down on the sand, looking back.
1/800 at ƒ/8, ISO 400
1/1250 at ƒ/8, ISO 400
1/640 at ƒ/8, ISO 400
1/2000 at ƒ/5.6, ISO 400