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.
No promise of cloud, but not promise of wind either, so I headed out to Seven Mile and photographed the sunrise from the golf course end of the beach.
It’s been extremely windy for the last three days here in the south coast and it was still gusting to 50kph when I headed down onto Seven Mile Beach at Sunset last night. The beach was deserted save for me and a pair of sea eagles.
The cloud forecast was slightly out and, what promised to be a classic colourful sunrise here, actually kicked off about 100k to the south. But the colours were still good and the sea eagle paid us a visit so it was still a memorable sunrise.
Forecast for sunrise colour wasn’t awesome but I like mornings like that because you have to get inventive with your photographic compositions.
The cloud forecast looked first-rate so I headed down to Jervis Bay to capture the sunrise over the area’s most famous beach – Hyams.