Woolwhich Dock is a dry dock that was carved out of the rock in Sydney Harbour around 1900. This is probably the most difficult photographic site I have done. It was late in the afternoon and most of the dock was in heavy shade. I tried HDR to get a decent dynamic range but was unable to do so without unsatisfactory artifacts. My preferred option of exposure fusion did not work as I had multiple boat masts etc. from the movement of the water. The final shot was pulled together with a lot of luck and careful tweaking out of a single exposure and the application of a little increased saturation. Composition wise, it isn't great but I was running out of daylight. The long narrow shape of the dock is very difficult to photograph. Shot with my Olympus E-P1 and Olympus M.Zuiko 9-18mm lens set to 9mm. The exposure details are 1.3s at f/11 and ISO200.