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When I head out to photograph the sunset in Shoalhaven Heads there are lots of possibilities about where to position myself and my camera. There’s the beach (best for drone shots), Comerong, the old river mouth, River Road Reserve, the public wharf and Hay Avenue. Of all those spots I tend to favour Hay Avenue, because you get lovely views to the south and south-west down the river and a (relatively) unobstructed view of the setting sun. Throw in some cloud and you have a perfect combination for sunset photography.

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Location

Shoalhaven Heads Beach is towards the southern end of Seven Mile Beach, just before the start of the old Shoalhaven River mouth. It’s a fairly wild bit of beach as they go, but you can capture some great shots by including the arc of the beach heading north and south.

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