Ok, pre-story. At 10pm Friday night, I decided to go to the Dicky wreck on Saturday morning to catch the sunrise. Even though the weather forecast wasn't too crash hot, I was determined. Due to living 120kms away from the destination, I figured out I'll need to leave at 3am to arrive at 4.30am before the sunrise. As it was already 10pm, I figured out that it would be pointless to go to sleep, as I'd never wake up to the alarm no matter what. Around 2am, I was getting very tired. No amount of gameplay or TV was keeping me interested. Come 2.45am, I decided to have a shower, mainly to keep myself alert. After that, I brewed the most potent coffee ever devised by man. 3am - I headed off. It was drizzling on the Gateway. It was drizzling on the North Coast. I wasn't impressed. At 4.30am (just like my GPS said it would take) I arrived on Bell Street at Dicky Beach and it was a very light drizzle with a small amount of wind. It was still pretty dark, so I had a small walk around outside to get a feel of the weather. 4.40am the rain stopped. I was wrapped. I grabbed my gear and an umbrella, walked down the small pathway to the beach, then about 20 meters to the wreck. Plonked myself down in the sand and setup the tripod, 550D, 10-22mm, wireless trigger and Cokin Ngrad 8 stop filter. Within about 10 minutes, I was joined by several other people I didn't know who also had cameras. Anywho - my result. Canon 550D 10-22mm ISO200 30sec F4.5 - 5.33AM After that, I packed up and started the drive back. Honestly, I don't remember going over the Gateway bridge. People - driving tired is bad.