We stopped at this fabulous place called Pacific Palms during a road trip last summer. We stayed less than an hour, but the photos I took in this beautiful place were some of my favourite ones of the entire trip.Read more "Pelicans On The Water"
This came from a set of casual tourist pictures I took in Sydney with my little travel camera. It wasn’t posed, it was completely natural. An attractive girl in a red bikini walked into the water, I saw the opportunity and took the picture. Often the natural photos taken on the fly give me more pleasure than a setup shot.Read more "Girl In A Bikini"
Another beautiful photo of the jetty at Pacific Palms when I happened to cature this couple walking hand in hand out along the rickety wooden platform. It feels like peace, it feels like friendship, it feels like enjoyment, it feels like beauty, it feels like love.Read more "Lovers Walking On The Jetty"
An overcast day at the jetty with mountains in the background made me think this scene at Pacific Palms was a lot like Loch Ness. The line of the old wooden jetty attracted the attention of a family who enjoyed fishing – mum, dad and son with a picnic basket, waiting to see what can be reeled in on their hand lines. A very peaceful scene indeed. I could have stayed for hours.Read more "Sultry Day On The Jetty"
Went on a road trip a couple years back and spontaneously diverted off the main highway and found this amazing place … Pacific Palms … in coastal New South Wales. Families were enjoying picnics and playing near the boat ramp and jetty. I took a series of pictures of these children and sent their families the photos. They were thrilled.Read more "Kids Sitting On A Jetty"
Whisky Bay at Wilsons Promontory National Park is well know for its magnificent sunsets…and this group of friends turned out specially to see the brightly coloured sky. Wilsons Prom is certainly a photographers dream and I look forward to getting back there in the very near future.Read more "Friends On The Beach"
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The walking track to Tongue Point from the Darby Beach car park at Wilsons Promontory National Park is quite moderate and very scenic … with expansive views across Bass Strait, secluded beaches along the way and magnificent granite cliffs and giant boulders scattered around … it would be easy to imagine dinosaurs living happily in such a lush and protected area.
Cotters Beach is located at Wilsons Promotory National Park. The array of driftwood and other material washed up is quite fascinating. The area also contains important aboriginal archaeological and cultural items. Just like most of the beaches at ‘The Prom’ the sunsets here are quite spectacular, as seen in the photos HERE. Make sure to take your camera when you visit too.
Photo above taken with tungsten white balance which gives it the blue effect. Sometimes, using an incorrect setting can enhance the picture if you play around and experiment.Read more "Cotters Beach Blues"
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She sells, sea shells, by the sea shore …