A 365 Day Project

Posts tagged “Catherine Hill Bay

Day 286/365: Perched

These fluffy little bird chicks were nesting in the rafters at the Catho Pub. What an opportunity it was to shoot them. The one on the right didn’t take its eyes off me!

Perched: Nikon D7000; f9; 1/40; ISO 800

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Day 285/365: Table Texture

I couldn’t help but post one more image from the table at Catho Bay Hotel. Just humour me!

Table Texture: Nikon D7000; f18; 1/8; ISO 400


Day 284/365: Honky Tonk

After sight seeing at Catherine Hill Bay, it was definitely time for lunch and a drink at the Catho Bay Hotel. Lucky for us it was Tuesday and the day for specials! It was a fantastic lunch – I highly recommend the Salt & Pepper squid! But even better were the tables on the front verandah. They were so full of texture and character, how could I resist pulling out the D7000?!!

Honky Tonk: Nikon D7000; f7.1; 1/40; ISO 400


Day 283/365: Deathcamp

This is a tight shot on one of the gates at Catherine Hill Bay jetty. I think the words are just a tad contradictory to the view beyond, but I still found it intriguing and possibly a bit creepy!

Deathcamp: Nikon D7000; f4; 1/1000; ISO 400


Day 282/365: No Entry

Back in Catherine Hill Bay, these are the gates blocking entry to the old jetty. All the writing & graffiti is actually in grease, very creepy looking, almost like there is a prison beyond it rather than the stunning view that awaits. I love shooting stuff like this, stuff with character & a story behind it.

No Entry: Nikon D7000; f18; 1/50; ISO 400


Day 281/365: Texture

Another wonderful texture which I shot at Catherine Hill Bay. The lines of texture & colour in this sand cliff are just awesome.

Texture: Nikon D7000; f18; 1/200; ISO 400