The jagged peaks of Vestrahorn towering over the wind swept headland of Stokksnes.
Howling winds blasted the coastline - and my camera gear too - on this memorable morning in the south east of Iceland.
Strong winds swept up the east coast earlier this week, shaping pristine dunes along Stockton Beach.
It's a location I've been eager to visit for some time now, and our current road trip up the coast presented an opportunity to explore the area. With clear skies overhead we wandered into the night, capturing the Milky Way rise over the sweeping dunes.
With the surf pumping over the weekend, we made our way out to Kiama to capture breaking waves on dawn.
Using a slow shutter speed, I panned my lens with the crashing waves to create motion blur in my shots. This was taken moments after sunrise, with the morning sun dancing across the ocean to illuminate the sapphire blue waves from behind.
Kiama's Continental Pool on sunrise. A small gap on the horizon allowed the morning sun to shine through and light the clouds from underneath. I held the down low to empahise the dancing display of ripples across the surface.
Growing up on Australia's East Coast, experiencing sunset out over the ocean is still somewhat of a novel experience for me. Which is why on our recent Tasmanian road trip I was eager for our stay at Arthur River, in the North West of the island.
This image was taken just south of the town, near where the locals have affectionately dubbed "The Edge Of The World". And with vivid sunsets and striking stones like this, it's not hard to image why.