With the clouds looking promising I decided to go further afield than usual for sunset and had a hankering to photograph beautiful Murrays Beach at sunset. So I headed south to Jervis Bay and down into the Booderee National Park, all the way to the end of the road. It didn’t look like the sky was going to fire, but it came good in the end, bang on sunset. The whole time I was there, a flock? of sea eagles were soaring above me, as many as eight of them all on the one beach. Maybe they were waiting for whatever the lone fishing boat would pull out of the bay. It turned out to be a classic sunset and any time I spend on Murrays is happy time.
Murrays is the last beach you come to when driving down through the Bherwerre Peninsula of Booderee National Park. In the 1970s they seriously considered putting a nuclear power station here!