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Having spent yesterday evening on the beach at Gerroa, for tonight’s sunset I decided to head round the corner to Black Head. Lots of tourists, lots of fishermen and lots of low tide fun was the order of the day.

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Location

Black Head Reserve is the spit of land that projects out into the ocean at the northern end of Seven Mile Beach. There’s a grassy area here where you can chill out or you can walk down  onto the rock shelf to go fishing or, you know, take photographs.

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