This is my favourite fall on the @greatoceanroad that I have visited. Not for it's size or the amount of water that flows. Simply...... It's tranquility.
The walk to this fall is just so fun! You start in what feels like a country backyard. Comfortably walking alongside a tiny river. When you reach the first river crossing you'll notice someone has politely & perfectly placed big rocks for you to safely cross. As you walk further towards the falls. The open space becomes more enclosed & much more dense. You need to scramble your way through fallen trees & cross the river a few more times. Then finally you make it to this....
A secluded moss covered paradise that's stunningly beautiful! Nothing but time & that sweet sound of running water (that makes you need to pee after several coffee's) amidst the fresh smell of nature!
This is a beautiful waterfall on the @greatoceanroad to visit. However it is a tough waterfall to get a killer composition of. The walk down to this fall is nothing short of amazing!! Seriously gorgeous place. Its a petfect time of yr to chase some flow so if I where you'd i'd @visitgreatoceanroad & lap up some of these majestic views!! Let me know what you think??
A little different to my usual posts.This is to show my versatility as a photographer.
If you didn't know I have a black and white dedicated account @bnwexclusive & I'm also starting a Portrait page @jpixportraits if anyone is interested to follow this journey.
Have an awesome hump day peeps
This world holds the true beauty.
God is the artist.
I'm just the delivery guy.
_ The Pinnacles, Phillip Island, Victoria.
Such a fantastic afternoon spent at this location. It always delivers! Just being surrounded by it's natural beauty & sheer power is so peaceful & a perfect way to disconnect. I was lucky enough to meet fellow photographer Mason @m.d.n.photography great guy - check out his feed. Does killer drone shots!
As I was trying to get a different perspective (not this shot) it just so happened the biggest wave I have seen at this spot rolled in & crashed into the 2 - 2.5 metre rock I was perched on top of & damn did I get soaked head to toe! Haha. My gear got a little wet however luckily I have quick refelxes & put my tripod high in the sky to minimise the assault! They do say poor risk assesment captures the best shots. However it's also a good reminder that Mother nature is the toughest "b" out there & she'll kick your ass if you become complacent! I got out of there wet but unscathed so all was good fun!
Have a great day peeps. Big love