The Great Ocean Road is renowned for its amazing mountain hugging road, full of twists and turns.
Unfortunately my budget does not extend to helicopter flights, I opted for a low sea side vantage point looking back at the sweeping bend incorporating a curving bridge crosssing Smythe’s Creek, surrounded by ocean and rugged mountains.
The reflections of the bridge also show the curved roadway.

116 Views: 26 January 2013.

Olympus E-30, Zuiko 12-60mm SWD, 18mm, f/22, 1 sec., ISO 100 + ND Filter 0.9
HDR – Three exposures (-1, 0, +1). Processed in Oloneo HDR.

I enjoy photography and love the freedom that digital photography allows you. I enjoy photographing landscapes, coastal scenes and nature.

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  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderabout 2 years ago

    Extraordinary work!!

  • Hi John. Thanks for your kind comment. There were so many photo opportunities along this coast, it was hard to choose which way to point the camera.

    – John Sharp

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsabout 2 years ago

    Nice reflections & composition there John.

  • Thanks Michael. A calm and (almost) dark evening.

    – John Sharp

  • MarianBendeth
    MarianBendethabout 2 years ago

    Outstanding reflections here!

  • Hi Marion. Thanks for the visit and the Favourite. It was taken along the Great Ocean Road in Australia. Very calm conditions in the valley, but the light was fading fast.

    – John Sharp

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