On Saturday, Ewe and I walked through the Royal National Park from Otford to Bundeena via the coast.
It was a rather beautiful walk with many scenic views.
At one of the points we stopped, I took this photo.
The water around the base of the cliffs was green (this may have to do with lime from the cliffs getting into the water [assuming there is limestone in the cliffs, of course]), and the sky was wide and open.
The waterfall being where it was made for an amazing shot, I think.
It has a nice contrast with the ocean below, being rather small in comparison.
I don’t know if it’s the case, but I think it’s pretty “Rare” to see something like this.
If I remember correctly, this long exposure was for a length of one-minute.
This is my submission into The Daily Post‘s photo challenge for this week.
I hope you enjoy.