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Metal Print, Curracurrong Falls, Eagle Rock, Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia designed and sold by Michael Boniwell

Curracurrong Falls, Eagle Rock, Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia Metal Print

Designed and sold by Michael Boniwell
$186.30
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Metal PrintLightweight aluminum, high-quality print
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$186.30

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  • Immortalize your favorite art on durable lightweight aluminum that will outlive us all
  • Choose your finish: Gloss, for brilliant colors and detail, or Matte, for a soft, even look with minimal glare
  • Gently rounded corners
  • Easily wipe clean with a soft cloth
  • Ready to hang, with a back mount fixture so the art seems to float in front of the wall
Artwork thumbnail, Curracurrong Falls, Eagle Rock, Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia by Chockstone
Curracurrong Falls, Eagle Rock, Royal National Park, New South Wales, Australia
Australian Landscape Photography by Michael Boniwell. All images copyright. This is image is suitable for enormous prints. View Larger on Chockstone Photography There are only a handful of waterfalls that empty into the ocean around the world and Curracurrong Falls in Sydney's Royal National Park is one of them. About an hour's walk south of Wattamolla on the Coast Track it is an exciting spectacle to behold, especially when the wind is up and the "falls" actually flow upwards! Split into two streams the river makes a nice focal point to the sandstone cliffs that are heavily backlit during sunset. Eagle Rock, is likewise noteworthy, jutting dangerously out over the ocean. Standing on it is not advised given that it will more than likely shear off one day. Humpback whales can also be spotted during whale watching season between June to September, and sea eagles or osprey can be seen from time to time. Hiking into this location under the shadow of a giant impending storm seemed ill advised, but sometimes those are the best conditions for landscape photography. On this occasion the gamble paid off. Harnessed up and safely anchored I waited on the cliff edge. With my tripod inches from a big drop into the ocean, it was tied off as well. Fortunately I did not have to wait long before the setting sun forced its way through massive dark clouds providing a dramatic backdrop to an already dramatic scene. A few minutes later the wind and rain came. I made myself as small as possible under a big umbrella and waited it out feeling tiny against the mighty tempest, all alone on a precarious rock outcrop above a wild sea. I gave my rope another once over tried to settle in. Before long, however, the violence abated, the clouds passed, and the remaining light dimmed as if nature had decided to go to sleep. I walked out in the dark by head torch, very happy with the image and the whole experience.

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