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Ben Sowry is a budding photographer from the south coast of NSW, Australia. Having always had an interest in photography and a flare with his writing skills, this blog was created to show the world the gradual developement of his photography and the limitations that this young man is willing to push to achieve better photos. If you have any advice for him or other enquiries relating to his photos, feel free to leave a comment or email him at bensowryimaging@hotmail.com

Friday, October 30, 2009

Looking for yourself?

The Saturday, 31st October, With unfavourable winds and visibility, spearfishing was out of the equation for the next couple of days. Photos on my mind and $11 dollars in my pocket, I made the short drive to the temperate & subtropical Minamura Rainforest. Scuffling through my pocket to pay the entrance fee was one thing, walking the mile long uphill track was another. With rolled sleeves and breathless expressions, I attempted to capture a few glistening moments in the morning sun. Hope you enjoy.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Bawley 09'

A weekend away to concentrate on my spearfishing was due. Drawing closer and closer to christmas my freezer was in desperate need of a re-fill!

Friday, October 16, 2009

No sight is more provocative of awe than is the night sky

Friday the 17th of October - Another end to another week

Monday, October 12, 2009

The beggining of a long road.

I never actually thought that saturday the 10th of October 2009 would turn out to be an eventful day. With howling onshore winds and a very sloppy surf running, I knew I wouldn't be able to throw on my trusty hooded dive wetsuit and chase the remains of the winters fish. As I drove south looking for some snapshots to break in my cameras hymen, I fell into doubt knowing that there couldn't possibly be anyone out surfing on a day like this. I pulled onto the curb and headed out to the old faithful headland which is famously known for its slab of a wave capable of pushing even the most sturdiest of men into the faetal position. It wasn't pretty, 2 foreigners (one French, and the other South African) along with another Australian, toughed out the conditions and gave this wave a run for its money