Susan Gilmore Beach

Growing Lifestyle Gallery: Panoramas &emdash; Happy Gilmore

On this rocky beach, surrounded by cliffs and difficult to access, a 1,204 ton sailing ship called the Susan Gilmore ran aground in 1884. Read the fascinating tale of this shipwreck from these newspaper reports:

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Nobbys Beach

I spent a cold but pleasant morning at Nobbys Beach. Whilst waiting for the sunrise, I shot this interactive 360 panorama:


Nobbys Beach Sunrise in Australia

My sunrise panorama from this location is available in my gallery.

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Bar Beach

I had a very interesting morning at the northern end of Bar Beach.  A storm had passed during the night and was still visible off-shore.  Yet the Sun managed to peak through the clouds creating a spectacular effect.  It was also a chance for me to explore a new processing technique I have developed that give the image a cinematic feel, similar to the style of many recent fantasy films.

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White Water

The recent storms have uncovered lots of new rocks at Bar Beach.  This long exposure recently made Flickr’s “Explore” –  one of the top 500 images selected for the day.

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Swansea Heads

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Stephen Tyler’s latest images from his dawn shoot at Swansea Heads have just been uploaded.

 

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