Situated in the Yanchep National park in Western Australia 42 kilometres (26 miles) north of Perth is Loch McNess. It’s a freshwater lake and forms part of the chain of lakes in the Swan coastal plain of Perth, Western Australia.
Since European colonisation of the area and specifically with the building of Glouster Lodge on its shores in the ’30s it has traditionally been used for boating outings. It is still possible to hire a dingy to row on the lake.
On the morning that these images were taken the sun was still very close to the horizon and there was a slight mist hanging over the lake.
Technical Note: Image 1 is a bracket of 5 RAW from -2 to +2 in 1 EV steps taken with a Samsung GX10 fitted with an 18-50mm kit lens @ 18mm. ISO 100, f8, shutter speeds from 1/350 sec to 1/20sec. Image 2 is a bracket of 5 RAW from -2 to +2 in 1 EV steps taken with a Samsung GX10 fitted with an 18-50mm kit lens @ 43mm. ISO 100, f8, shutter speeds from 1/180 sec to 1/10sec. Camera was mounted on a RedSnapper RS-284 & RSH-12 Ball Head and the shutter was fired using infra-red remote control. HDR processing was with Unified Color‘s HDR Expose.
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