This rather ricketty looking structure looks out across the Southern Ocean at Sand Patch near Albany, Western Australia, some 450 kms south of Perth. To get to it I had walked a couple of hundred metres from the wind farm car park to the coastal boardwalk, then another 150 metres or so to a converging boardwalk and finally down 245 steps (I counted them!) Had I wanted to get down to the beach there was another flight of at least 400 steps to negotiate. I decided to do that another day! There was not another soul around apart from a couple of surfies way below me. Needless to say I walked on to this lookout and leaned on the rails gazing out to sea for about 15 minutes before tackling the 245 steps back to the top.
My camera was the Sony A55, aperture priority, 16-80 Zeiss lens, nd8 filter,hand held and the time of day was late afternoon.