There's so many wonderful things about photographing in Autumn, from the colours in the trees to the sometimes dark, moody skies.  There is also a stilness in the air on a lot of the days which can produce some fantastic glass like water, as I experienced here at Thompsons Creek, at Breamlea on the Bellarine Peninsula.  I'd been photgraphing on the beach a short walk away but as the sun set the clouds dispersed, but I looked back over the cliffs and could see some amazing colour appearing.  I had to quickly gather my gear and run up the sand covered steps, over the hill and back down to the creek.  I was desperately looking for another element to add to the shot, and all I could see were these small pylons that were obviously part of and old jetty.  Trouble was, there were 20 meters out in the creek.  The only thing for it, was to get my feet wet if I wanted the shot, so rolled up my jeans and waded in.  I can only imagine what the nearby fishermen were thinking, but when the colour in the sky reached its crescendo, the numbness in my freezing feet was completely worth it.


Location - Thompsons Creek, Breamlea VIC


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