Byron Bay is a wonderful place on earth, and the lighthouse being a main attraction is no exception. It was however difficult to find a unique composition being such a well photographed location. Cape Byron light house is led by the leading line I found in the fence. I was also lucky enough to capture this when all the other visitors where out of the frame just at the moment of peak light. Lucky!
I arrived here with my brother in law, and we had alot of difficulty finding a car park. Battling with the car parks and with time running out we settled for a spot a fair way down the hill, parked and made our way to the lighthouse. I had about 10 minutes to find a composition before the light was going to come from the sunset. I couldnt bring myself away from the distance and while I toyed with a shot closer to the lighthouse itself, I could move away from this scene.
I was suprised by the light around the New South Whales/Gold Coast region and the glow it was throwing in the clear sky’s around the time of my visit, and I was able to capture it here.
Location: Cape Byron Lighthouse, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia
Print Code: JS-0011BO
Edition Size: Open
Print Material: Ilford GALERIE Gold Fibre Gloss Fine Art Archival Paper | Premium archival grade sheet paper with a beautiful gloss finish. This paper brings a darkroom like sheen and presents wide colour gamut and supreme sharpness.
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Print & Frame Sizes
|Sheet||Art Work||Mat Size||Frame Size (Outside)|
|A4||26.6 by 20.3cm (10.5 by 8 inches)||2.5cm||34.6 x 25.7 cm|
|A3||39.1 by 28.9cm (15.4 by 11.4 inches)||3cm||48.1 x 35.1 cm|
|A3+||45.7 by 30.4cm (18 by 12 inches)||4cm||56.6 x 41.4 cm|
|A2||55.8 by 40.6cm (22 by 16 inches)||4cm||66.8 x 48.2 cm|
Larger sizes available on request