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Footprints, Surfers and a Molten Sky

All things being equal, this was a cracking sunset. I checked the satellite image before heading out and saw a lovely gap about 50km away. That gap meant just one thing – sunset colour! It’s the school holidays here at the moment so there was more than the usual number of people on the beach, it’s usually just me and the occasional jogger. They had a load of volley ball courts set up next to the creek which was a bit odd and when you combine that with the fenced off bird nesting area, there wasn’t much room left on the sand spit. Anyway, the sky did light up and stayed lit up for quite some time. I enjoyed it and I hope you enjoy my photographs of it.

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Seven Mile Beach at Gerroa is my ‘go to’ beach as it’s a short drive from my house and offers a flexible number of landscapes in one small area. You can shoot on the beach, on the reserve by the boat ramp, over the rocks behind Crooked River or round the corner at Black Head.

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