Another early morning, another photo opportunity…
Back to Hornby Lighthouse which is at the tip of South Head of Sydney Harbour – right out on the end past HMAS Watson.
It’s a very pretty location and this time it wasn’t threatening to rain with 100% overcast skies. We didn’t get a lot of colour with sunrise but twilight was quite pretty with soft purples and blues and for those who waited till well after sunrise we were greeted with second chance God rays on the horizon for quite some time.
For those who would like to visit, the best place to park is the car park at the end of Cliff street at Camp Cove, you then walk out onto the beach and up the stairs at the end and just follow the path around to the lighthouse (about a ten to fifteen minute walk).
Note: These images (especially the wider shots) look much better when larger – so click any of the images below to see larger versions in an inline overlay slideshow gallery viewer.
Pre dawn long exposure
and another square composition before the sun rose
Light’s On, Someone Home?