Cement Creek is about 10 minutes outside of Warburton in the Yarra Valley. Beautiful little spot which is very popular with photographers but hopefully I’ve found a new angle on it here.

Camera: Canon EOS 5D mkII
Lens: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM @ 16mm
Filter: UV
ISO: 100
Shutter Speed: 30sec
Aperture: f/22
WB: Auto
Exposure Compensation: – 1/3rd of a stop
When: 4:50pm on 25/6/09

To check out other shots from this area see my Yarra Ranges gallery.

For more waterfall shots check out my Waterfalls gallery.

$30 a month of photography related profits go to the Wilderness Society

Australia’s rugged landscape is an important part of my life and over many years I have explored some of the more remote parts of it on foot, ski, kayak and rope. I usually travel alone so I can take my time capturing the essence of these places without distraction. Life slows down and after a while I feel like I begin to merge with the land, nature takes me into her confidence and changes me. I hope you enjoy the fruit of these excursions.

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  • AnnieD
    AnnieDover 5 years ago

    Beautiful image as always!

  • Christine  Wilson Photography
    Christine Wil...over 5 years ago

    nicely done Travis

  • Laurette Ruys
    Laurette Ruysover 5 years ago

    beautiful shot Travis, really love the flow here and all that moss! gorgeous :)

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    Magic Travis, lovely to see this beautiful photogenic creek is still like this. Wasnt sure if it had escaped the fires or not.

  • Hi Garth,

    It was certainly in the firing line as illustrated by the massive fire break they built just a few km up stream from here in the headwaters but due to a bit of luck and good old hard work by the cfa it was saved fortunately.

    – Travis Easton

  • John  Kowalski
    John Kowalskiover 5 years ago

    Fabulous angle Travis! lovely image, beautifully captured!!

  • Mark Jones
    Mark Jonesover 5 years ago

    Very nice shot Trav.
    It’s the spot I call “Bridal Veil Rock”.
    Need to get up that way again soon.

  • This rock is almost too perfect, the beautiful way it veils off always captivates me. Nature seems to always do the best landscape gardening.

    – Travis Easton

  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...over 5 years ago

    beautiful capture

  • Ken Wright
    Ken Wrightover 5 years ago


  • Aleksander
    Aleksanderover 5 years ago

    love details and exposure Travis!

  • Robert Mullner
    Robert Mullnerover 5 years ago

    Fantastic in this super wide persective..it certainly is a photogenic spot..

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