Photographer's Note

We spent last weekend about 200 kilometres up the coast at a little village called North Arm Cove. We were visiting my wifes relatives, being the hunter gathers that we men are supposed to be, I set off just after first light to catch breakfast from the wharf at the bottom of the image.
I though the light hitting these magnificent gum trees was beautiful.
Interesting note, I wasnt using a CPL on the lens but it sure does look like it. I guess it must be a characteristic of the lens because I've noticed this happen a few times.

We had bacon and eggs for breakfast, no fish, bugger. Maybe the tide was wrong, or I was using the wrong bait, cant understand it really.

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