> Myponga Beach Jetty
photography by Bill Robinson
Myponga Beach Jetty
Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
15s f/10.0 at 18.0mm iso200
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Beautiful scene with marvelous tones and contrast.
Beautifully managed Bill. Great shot, almost looks Easter Island ish. BV
Excellent shot ! -V-
A tragic beginning Laine. That was 1860. The ketch trade on the gulf was at it's peak shipping wattle bark, livestock and wheat to Adelaide. In 1900 a storm wrecked the jetty and 112 years later, this is what remains.
I can't resist the history...sadly a woman and baby fell onto the rocks on the day of it's opening. The woman died but the baby cushioned by her body survived.
A great capture, Bill
Fantastic B&W and I like the low perspective. You had a good morning.
Very dramatic in monochrome Bill! v
A kind of 'The day of doom' atmosphere, thanks for your skillfull touch.
Great perspective and comp, and perfect in monochrome.
wonderful, almost surreal,chapeau Bill.
cool shot Bill....monumental look to it