Captured at Wanggalooba Creek, on Fraser Island, this crystal clear fresh water creek was something I have never seen before. Just a short 20min walk from our Central Station Campground led us along the creek and down to many magical sections of the creek.
The sand is white on the creek bed, and with just a few inches of water flowing over the top it looks dry, until you see the glistening water surface. I ducked down the creek banks and made my way down the creek, scoping out compositions on the way, before I found this fallen tree across the creek bed. I quickly got really low down the the creeks surface to capture this unique composition.
Watch my capture video here - https://youtu.be/03p82ufYI8Q
We walked out to Wedge Island and then I crossed over to Orchard Island to see if I could capture the well known rockpool. It was too muddy and unsafe for Aria and Amanda so they stayed behind. This was one of the most precarious places I have stood and put my tripod for a capture. I really wanted a different angle but I just couldn't see a way to get there safely so I made this position work. It was definitely one of those locations you really need to be committed to get to and it made a wet and sloppy walk back to the van.