Living in a relatively dry climate can be beneficial when you spend a lot of time outdoors, however as a photographer it does have a downside, especially when you head out to photograph rivers and waterfalls and for a few months of the year, all you're greeted with is a dried river bed. This has been the case for a lot of the first half of the year in Victoria, when on more than one occassion after what seemed like significant rains, my chosen locations had failed to deliver.
I had no such disappointment on a trip to Buckley Falls, near Geelong. Its another of the hidden gems around the area and there was a glorious cascade when I visited. Unfortunatley though the late autumn sunshine, coupled with the lack of a decent position from which to shoot, meant the dynamic range of my camera was being severely tested. I decided to break from the norm and switch to my long lense, as I could see the wonderful movement of the water at the top of the falls, and thought this would make a very dreamy image. It took a few attempts to get just the right amount of movement in the water, but the finished product is extremely pleasing.
Location - Buckley Falls, Geelong, VIC.
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