An afternoon at Hornby Lighthouse… This is one of the most memorable lighthouses I’ve ever seen. It’s located at the entrance to Sydney Harbour and I’m standing on the south head. On the horizon you can see North Head reaching out like a long arm welcoming boats and ushering them into Sydney. This area of Sydney is considered national park and is combined with many other locations all over Sydney to make up Sydney Harbour National Park. I watched the sunset with 3 european tourists and we all sat on the 80 foot cliff to enjoy the moment. There were some storms brewing out across the ocean so every now and again I would turn my lens to focus on them and then back to Hornby Lighthouse.

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 On1 Photo suite – the complete collection of photo editing software from OnOne. You can pretty much do anything you can imagine with this pack of photo tools, I love it! 

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Technical Mumbo Jumbo

  • Camera: Sony A7R
  • Lens: Nikkor 14-24mm
  • Focal Length: 14mm
  • Shutter Speed: 10.0 sec
  • ISO: 100
  • HDR info: Single Exposure
  • Date: 18/09/2015
  • Time: 5:22 pm
  • Location: Hornby Lighthouse, Watsons Bay, Sydney Harbour

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