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Golden Ratio at Target Beach

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An aerial top-down view of the southern end of Target Beach in the Beecroft Weapons Range to the north of Jervis Bay.

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On the northern side of Jervis Bay, the Beecroft Peninsula is dominated by the Beecroft Weapons Range – an active live-fire range used by the Navy to train naval aviators. But when they’re not dropping live ordnance on the bush, the perimeter of the range is open to the public and access to a number of very lovely beaches. At the far end of the range you can find Target Beach which, contrary to its name, is not used for target practice.

This photo was taken with my Phantom 4 drone. These top-down shots are referred to as ‘bomb shots’ which is quite apt given the name and location of this beach.

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