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Pastel Skies over the Shoalhaven Estuary

I always try and get to my chosen sunset location an hour before the sun goes down, but sometimes life gets in the way and you arrive late. I got to Shoalhaven Heads with just 10 minutes before sunset and, since the tide was high and greatly restricting movement around the fringes of the estuary, I decided to fly the drone and didn’t even take the Canon out of the bag. Much of the earlier high level cloud had disappeared by sun-down but there were enough small patches to provide back-lighting.

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The estuary at Shoalhaven Heads is a great place to take in the sunset and spot some wildlife. The shallow waters here are usually closed to the ocean and not so deep that you can’t wade right out into them

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