The terrain is indeed a spectacular delight to the eyes and the roads to the places of interest are all calling to see the pride.
I and my wife, while thinking about the plan for a weekend and searching about the whereabouts of the places, instantly made a plan to visit the Great ocean road. Although the plan was pending for a long period of time but eventually the plan was turning into reality.
So, with the smallest car in the town (Smart car) we started our trip in the morning at 9AM and sailed through the air on the fascinating scenic tracks to the twelve apostles.
The weather was cold and the rhythmic water voice was mesmerizing. The sun was playing hide & seek and the clouds were occasionally restricting the sun rays to reach the ocean.
I captured the beauty through my eyes and then with my camera. The occasional sunshine on the limestone apostles where looking like the rays of gold on the small mountains. Everything was illuminated and so thus our eyes.
It is always hard to focus on the subject when the wind is strong with the extra hint of coldness. I managed to bring the life to my pictures although we had to run for a shelter as the weather was unpredictable and the clouds wants to cry and were adamant to make the entire landscape wet.
Amazing place and the experience of photography via zoom and prime lenses is a story in itself.