Photo Of The Week: Pambula Rocks | NSW
Photo Of The Week: Pambula Rocks
Pambula is one town away from where I grew up. Strangely I feel like I am only discovering how beautiful it is now. There a number of amazing beaches on the NSW South Coast. This means many people, including me it would seem, do not venture often from their own local beaches. I remembered how beautiful the Pambula River Mouth was and though it should be on my list of must photograph places. I only returned from the area yesterday and I am very happy with the seascape photos that I captured.
Pambula Is A Hidden Gem
This small coastal town is one of Australia’s hidden gems. Unless you drive through, know someone in the area, or find out about it through people like me, you most likely would never know about it. It is a place to go and relax. This great little town is where the sea meets the country. It is a big farming area, a great place for bird watching and to see a lot of kangaroos. There are literally kangaroos everywhere down near the beach. It is a popular summer destination for people escaping the hustle and bustle of places like Sydney and Melbourne. Although I think it is great all year round and plan to visit the area again in December later this year.
Camera Gear & Settings
ISO: 100 Focal Length: 20mm Aperature: f/16 Shutter Speed: 1/40 sec