19th July 2018
Wategos Beach, New South Wales, Australia, is a slice of paradise.
It’s hugely popular with surfers, photographers, cyclists and pedestrians.
The public enjoy the walk that leads to Byron Lighthouse, which represents the most easterly land mass in Australia.
Their preference is to enjoy the sunrise from the top of the headland.
Sunrise, this particular morning, was short and sharp. It was my intention to extract as much light as quickly as possible.
The moodiness of the clouds add an interesting dynamic.
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