During a family holiday we visited the spectacular geological formation the Pinnacles. Beforehand I had some pictures in mind: I wanted to photograph them by night with a starry sky above. However, when we arrived there was no clear sky – we had sun, clouds and rain. I took advantage of the slow shutter speed to capture the movement of the clouds, and placed a spotlight on the Pinnacles.
Cervantes, Western Australia
Canon EOS 1D MkIV, 17–40mm at 17mm, 30 seconds, f4, 1600 ISO, tripod, torchlights on the Pinnacles