After the rest of our group had headed back to their tents after a sunset shoot, Sue and I stayed on the Western Beach at Cape Leveque waiting for the sky to get darker for some nightscape shots. The twilight colours combined with the red rock cliffs, the beautiful white sand and the blue water made a very picturesque scene.
The shot above is a 5 second exposure with a Canon 5D Mk 2, Samyang 14mm lens, ISO500. The southern cross can just be seen starting to shine through the twilight sky.
The jagged cliffs of Cape Leveque are just beautiful and every little alcove provides a unique view.
This shot above is a 0.6 second exposure, ISO500.
And this last shot shows the twilight turning into night as a 20s exposure reveals more stars (ISO2000). The crescent Moon high in the West illuminates the cliffs.
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