Look, not a rock pool in sight. As a compromise, you still get rocks, beach and the wet stuff. This is Jibbon Beach looking out through the heads of Port Hacking. The beach is a long and narrow arc that almost completely dissapears at high tide. In the distance is Jibbon Head. This is just to the south of Sydney and at the northern end of the Royal National Park. The first shot was taken about 15 minutes before 'first light' around 2-weeks ago. It was taken with an Olympus E-P1 and Olympus M.Zuiko 9-18mm lens set to 9mm. This is a 30 second exposure at f/7.1 and ISO200. Although before first light, the sky is quite bright and there is no lighting on the beach and rocks so a 3-stop Rev-GND was called into action. This second shot was taken around 20 to 25 minutes later. I have moved around to the rocks that were in the mid-part of the photo. That's Cronulla in the backgournd. The second shot is 3.2s at f/8 and ISO100. The 3-stop Rev-GND will still be there.