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.
With unsettled winter weather bringing adverse conditions to the south coast, things have been a bit quiet lately. However the skies are finally clearing and I was itching to get out and photograph a sunset no matter how good or bad it was forecast to be.
With unseasonably warm weather forecast I headed into Booderee National Park to explore Whiting Beach and then, as the evening approached, I drove to Moona Moona Creek to photograph the sunset.
It looked like there’d be a gap in the clouds out to the west, so I gambled on the outcome and headed out to Gerroa with Canon and Mavic and was rewarded with a late burner of a sky.
With low cloud forecast I knew there wasn’t going to be much sunset colour but the satellite showed a storm heading our way, so I headed out the river.
The high clouds meant we were due some colour in the sky at sunset so I headed down to Gerroa to photograph it.