The rugged coastline of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is a constant source of awe and wonder for me. Pounding surf and relentless tides have sculpted some of the most amazing reefs, shelves and rock formations. The stretch between Rye and Portsea being some of the most spectacular when the tide is rising and falling.
This oft-photographed 6-foot rock formation lies beneath the waves at high tide, and is known by photographers as “The Dragon Head” rock, coined in part by talented local photographer Robert Mullner
Mornington Peninsula National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Canon EOS 50D
Canon EF-S 10-22mm F/3.5-4.5 lens
Hitech 0.9 SE Grad
Hitech 0.3 SE Grad
Manfrotto 190XPROB Tripod, Manfrotto 498RC2 Head
Shutter Speed:6 seconds
Focal Length: 12 mm
ISO Speed: 100
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