” South Coast Road Trip ” – Photo Trips –
In February I took a short road trip down the south coast of NSW to visit some of the beautiful location you can find along the way. I wanted to photograph Camel Rock at Bermagui in particular but I also wanted to stop at as my spots as I could on my short trip. I had planned on shooting predominantly with my Nikon D850 but I seemed to get the DJI Phantom 4 pro out a little more often. I just find that in the middle of the day the conditions are more suited the aerial shooting and when you’re on a road trip, there’s a lot of day to fill in between sunrise and sunset. My trip starts at the Sea Cliff Bridge for sunrise but was a bit of an uneventful sunrise but I did get some interesting aerial images of the bridge which you can find on my aerial Instagram page.
Along the way, I took a few detours but the best by far was the road that leads to the world famous Hyams Beach. It was secluded and peaceful and absolutely stunning. The reason it is world famous is the almost perfectly white sand and the turquoise waters fo Jervis Bay. I highly recommend you take the time to stop at Hyams Beach if you travelling down the south coast. When I arrived at Bermagui I was very keen to see the rock formation know as Camel Rock but it wasn’t until sunrise the following morning that I really saw it in all of its glory. You can see my shot about this article and I hope you agree it was worth the six and a half hour drive.
My drive home was a much more direct one but I did make a couple of stops and my favourite was Glass House Rocks. This is a spot that I look forward to revisiting under much better lighting conditions in the future.
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