A Winter Selection

Photography has taken a back seat over the last few months. It's been another record Winter in terms of big waves, and there were days that I'd love t0 have been out shooting, it just that it wasn't a top priority for me. I did manage to get out and shoot, just not at the prime times and nothing that would warrant a journal entry in its own right.

I got out one afternoon, meandering around Freshwater and Queenscliff, and seeing a different light illuminate the beaches. On one of the bigger swells, I headed to Long Reef, and met one of my long time inspo photographer, Mark Onorati. Mark is a legend in the surf photography world, you'll recognise his work as it's often in magazines and on surfline.

I also managed a few early morning photo walks before work, just taking one lens and seeing what I could get - a little push to think more creatively.

Enjoy the selection from the last couple of months.

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Empty afternoon delight at Freshwater

Reverse Sunset over the Queenscliff Bombie

Moon frames

When the light goes, it's motion blur time

Mono froth

It could be anywhere.

Manly dusk

Outer reef tow in.

Lined it up

Washing off the cafe day.

Urban Jungle.

Thomas Surfboards Keel, at Keel.

Gato, Acid Drop


Olivers Kombi

The Three Seagulls Cafe

A walk and a T/A

Small and empty - rare sight

Negative Space

Surf Club Hills

Winter clarity

LV fins