Wye River / by Joel Bramley

Last weekend I was actually out of Bendigo, finally. It's been around 18 months since the last camping trip. Stayed 2 nights at Wye River caravan park and it rained pretty much all the time, makes for fantastic clouds but makes trips to the facilities in the early hours of the morning pretty cold! I took just over 300 shots on the one charge over the 3 days here are a few shots from the trip.

Taken from the car through the closed window.



A cockatoo at a toilet stop in Lorne, Victoria.

Lookout on the Great Ocean Road

Same lookout using ND Filter, Hand held long exposure

Same again, ND Filter and sun glasses lens to get an even longer exposure.

Wye River beach access

Wye River beach access long exposure

Wye River beach access (just to the right of the 2 images above)

Wye River low tide rocks long exposure

Low tide long exposure

Low tide waves on rocks long exposure

Low tide long exposure

Wye River sunrise, 5 frame HDR

Wye River sunrise, single exposure

Long shadows in the early morning sun

Kookaburra, there are a lot hanging around the park, natures alarm clock!

Kookaburra on Wye River that runs through the park

Wye River with camping sites on either side

River pebbles and dry leaves

Carisbrook falls from the lookout on the Great Ocean Road

Lorne Beach

Lone surfer on Lorne Beach

Writing on the beach at Lorne.

Paradise gardens, Apollo Bay

Paradise gardens, Apollo Bay

Leaving Paradise gardens, Apollo Bay

Fisherman, Wye River beach


Seagull, Wye River beach

Seagulls, Wye River beach

Headed along the Great Ocean Road along the way home and stopped at Aireys Inlet 
Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Handheld long exposure from the lookout at Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Handheld long exposure from the lookout at Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Rain coming in over the beach taken from the lookout at Split Point Lighthouse, Aireys Inlet

Path to the beach, W.B Godfrey Shipwreck (Historical Site)

W.B Godfrey Shipwreck (Historical Site)

Rain clouds on the drive home, taken from a moving car.