A very misty morning found me walking the fire trails around the edges of Berowra Heights as I often do. I should probably walk them more during the day, so I get to know and can quickly revisit the best photo opportunity areas when the light is just right, but that’s another story. I found myself on the edge of an escarpment, and the mist started forming an absolute blanket in front of me. I took a three image panorama, which emphasised the lines of the mist, but also found a wonderfully shaped rock to give a focal point to the image. I am not sure if the rock looks more like an eagle, or maybe a Hollywood-idealised baby dinosaur?
I am always pleased to get a good panorama of Berowra. For some reason the amount of dense tall bush and trees seems to make them difficult to shoot well, without the final image being very cluttered – or conversely just distant horizon and sky only. All images need a focal point.