Click on the image to enlarge I made sure we wouldn’t get trapped by the tide there by checking tide and sunset times for the area.

On my usual trip down to Inverloch for Christmas I went to see one of the most photographed icons in the area, the Eagle’s Nest on Cape Paterson – Inverloch Rd, Inverloch, Victoria. It’s only a short walk from the car to view it from the look out and about a couple of hundred meters on foot to the beach. You do have to have good shoes to access the point as it is very rocky. Check the tidal patterns before attempting to get to the point as there is always a risk of being stranded.

I only took a few frames that evening as the sunset went very quickly and of course the best light was 10-15 minutes after the sun went down. The slow shutter speed captured the dusk glow on the rocks.

Shot with 2Stop Neutral Density (ND) graduated and UV filter. My Polarizer filter was all scuffed from the Kata filter pouch and I couldn’t clean it in time for the light show.

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