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Burst of Colour on Berrys Beach

Satellite forecast showed a nice band of high level cloud persisting before sunrise so I decided to photograph it from Berrys Beach. The golden glow on the horizon indicated that there was no annoying low level cloud to block the light and we got a great burst of purples, reds and oranges before the day began.

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It’s officially called Mid-Seven Mile Beach but everyone locally calls it Berrys Beach because it was the closest beach to nearby Berry up what used to be a bumpy sandtrack.

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