The Wheatbelt region continually throws up surprises. The vast flat land stretches for miles well over the horizon, but anyone who gets a flight over east will see the magnificent natural abstracts presented for them along the way. Sometimes all you have to do is look straight down.
I was keen to head down to the beach after watching the sky fill with high cirrus cloud all day, and capture the bright pinks that would bounce off them as the sun was setting. But, as per usual the high cloud headed east and away from the coast about an hour before sunset. Not deterred, I was still in the mood to head down and capture a new location. I jumped in the car and headed north. I was beyond excitement when I arrived and walked down, the beach opened up to what seemed to be an endless white sand that followed the water all the way to the horizon to the south (as you can see in the photo). We are very lucky in Western Australia as we have (I may be slightly bias) the best beaches in the world.
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0L IS USM + CircPol + Lee Soft Grad ND Filters.
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