Making sense of my photography hobby in retirement

Southport Spit

At the entrance to the Broadwater at the Soutport Spit in Queensland there is a pair of breakwaters that create the Gold Coast Seaway to the Pacific Ocean. The southernmost breakwater is  popular for both walkers and recreational fishers.  Nearby, some 500 metres to the south is the Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty which is part of the Seaway and is used to pump away any accumulations of sand that could hamper the use of the boating channel.  This also is a popular walking and fishing destination.

These black and white images form part of my ongoing experimentation with black and white processing.

Fishing, Breakwater, Gold Coast Seaway, Southport Spit, Queensland, Australia, Copyright Chris Gregory 2012

Fishing from the Breakwater at entrance to Gold Coast Seaway

Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty, Southport Spit, Queensland, Australia, Copyright Chris Gregory 2012

Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty at Southport Spit

Lady Jocelyn, Gold Coast Seaway, Southport Spit, Queensland, Australia, Copyright Chris Gregory 2012

“Lady Jocelyn” leaving the Broadwater through the Gold Coast Seaway at Southport Spit

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