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Kiama Harbour From the Air
On a trip to Kiama the winter weather was stunning and there wasn't a breath of wind - so I decided to fly my drone over the harbour and surrounds.
Whales in a Windy Bay and Sunset at a Stormy Gerroa
On Sunday we headed over to the newly re-opened Beecroft Weapons Range and spent some time watching a whale and her calf and then we drove to Gerroa for what turned out to be a stormy sunset.
TFI Friday at Werri Beach
No amazing sunset skies promised by the largely cloud-less sky, but I hadn't been out for a few days and so decided to head over to Gerringong to photograph the start of the weekend here in the south coast.
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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.

All Kinds of Mellow

Distant rumbles of thunder and lots of cloud inspired me to head over Gerroa for sunset to see if we were going to get any sky colour and it happened there was colour until the sun set.

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Water World

We get floods fairly regularly round here and the same low-lying places are impacted each time. I headed out to a couple of the spots I knew would be worst impacted by the heavy rains we’ve been having and took some photos and flew the drone.

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Moody Sunset at Gerroa

The sunset held very little promise of colour thanks to a tonne of low cloud but it was a nice quiet evening and I fancied catching the sunset at Gerroa, so that’s where I went.

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Golden Sands at Gerroa

It was a beautiful summer’s evening so I headed out early to photograph the sunrise and ended up, as I so often do, at Gerroa where I was met by a super low tide and a golden glowing sunset.

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