Today I met Paulo thru a contact of mine to start work on my new project. Paulo works at Kelly’s Basecamp in Dee Why and loves to get out and abseil in Ku-ring-Gai National Park whenever he can. My day with Paulo was a chance to see what abseiling is all about and make some images capturing the outdoor lifestyle. The waterfall that we were abseiling was about 40metres in height and was running with a small trickle of cold water. I know it was cold as I had a go at abseiling for my first time after listening to Paulo’s clear and safe instructions, thanks buddy.
What a great location we were at and all within 30min of our homes. Elvina Bay is accessed by ferry from Church Point as Paulo did or by driving into the park like I did and following the well marked trails from the main road. Spring is definitely upon us as Paulo said only two weeks ago it was just green bush, now the fields are full of colour, get out there and enjoy the warm sun.
As we walked back up we talked about how the images from today could be used in this project and about future outings, watch this spot as there will be more posts to come with details.