The beach and boat ramps at Sydney’s Gordon’s Bay is a lovely spot that can be reached only by foot or by sea.
The calmness of the sea belies that the sea conditions were actually quite lumpy. The fact that these boats are left on the beach only lightly secured is testament to the fact that “Gordos is” generally one of the calmest ocean bays on the Sydney coastline.
This shot was made during golden hour – in this case about 15 minutes after sunrise. Golden Hour is the lovely time just after sunrise and just before sunset where the sky is flooded with a reddish-golden hue. Along with blue hour, golden hour is what makes sunrise and sunset the ideal time for capturing many landscape images.