Pier Ruins, by Cameron Cope

These ruins once served as a loading pier for ships to take hardwood timber from the forests of Fraser Island to the mainland.

Pier Ruins, by Cameron Cope

Nikon D90 | Exposure 1/125s @ f/13 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 72mm
Pier Ruins, by Cameron Cope

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | October 13
Award Score: 74 (Value 14, Clarity 14, Composition 18, Style 14, Skill 14)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Artistic Photography
Photograph Location: Australia

Photographer: Cameron Cope (Victoria, Australia) Registered
Cam Cope is an Australian photographer from Gippsland in Victoria. His passion is to capture exceptional images that inspire a sense of awe for life and the world around us. Through his images Cam aims to tell the stories of people, the adventures they lead and the environments they live in. He works on travel, outdoor adventure, current events, history and environment related stories. Cam has an educational background in history, film, sustainability, geography, biology and languages (with a double degree in Arts and Science from Monash University). He has a working background in environmental consultancy and speaks fluent Spanish. These skills allow Cam to engage meaningfully with a variety of subject matter and lend a maturity to his photography.Cam’s recent projects have included an 1100km sailing trip on the Queensland coast, travel stories in New Caledonia and Vanuatu, and a horseback adventure in Victoria’s alpine country.

Website: www.camcope.com
Blog: camcope.wordpress.com

16 reviews
  1. Fabián
    Fabián says:

    Excelente fotografía!
    Me produce una sensación de prepararme para acampar y pasar la noche en el mar. Transmite.

  2. Léa
    Léa says:

    I just love the soft dynamic of this shot. The lines of the pier lead you to the serenity of the landscape. A peaceful yet lively picture.

  3. Paul Giddy
    Paul Giddy says:

    Amazing shot. You’ve really managed to capture a moment as it seemingly slips away. I love the contrast in light and in textures, and the symmetry of the shapes and of the colours. Beautiful.

  4. Lulu Shen
    Lulu Shen says:

    I like your way of capturing the sun light – part hidden yet part visible, like the history if the pier, partly seen yet you still have to look through it to tell it all! Great job Cam!


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