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Low Tide and Sunset on the Shoalhaven Estuary
Some cool looking cloudscapes drew me to Shoalhaven Heads for Sunset and while the sky fizzed, it was great to be out on the tidal sand-flats enjoying some peace and quiet.
Shooting the Supermoon on the Coast
I've been taking photographs for many years but 2012 is the first time I can recall hearing about a 'supermoon'. I photographed this one at Black Head in Gerroa when a good sized swell was running.
Any Given Sunday
Winter sunsets are often better than summer ones for the simple reason that the more unsettled weather usually means cloud which means sunset colour. That was certainly the case on back to back Sundays in 2011.
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I make an effort to head out to photograph the local landscape every day. Quite often I will head out for sunrise (usually at one of the local beaches) and, if the skies are looking good I’ll head out for sunset too. In a sense these collections are like photo diaries too as I often make note of anything that catches my eye.

Shelf Clouds and Flames

About 90 minutes before sunset I checked the radar and saw a line of thunderstorms heading this way. So I headed over to Shoalhaven Heads to photograph its approach and then hung around afterwards for a firey sunset.

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Sunrise at the Blue Pool

The forecast wasn’t great, but I wasn’t going to waste a weekend in Bermagui by not getting up for sunrise. So I decided to see how the start of the day looked at the famous Blue Pool.

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