The thing I’m loving most about turning photographs into different images is that even the most imperfect, long-distance, sometimes out-of-focus photograph has the potential to become something quite visually pleasing.
boy on bike on beach
galahs at Julia Creek
Like most people who own a camera, I’m a sucker for sunsets. More image play from original photos.
80 Mile Beach sunset (Western Australia)
80 Mile Beach grasses at sunset
Halong Bay sunset – Vietnam
Cable Beach grasses at sunset
Derby Wharf sunset
Emerald Beach morning
fishing – 80 Mile Beach WA
This is a beach. It is a very long beach as you will infer from its name.
It is known for its colourful shells….
and acrobatic seagulls.
Since mid-morning, lots of people have been angling for a catch. I saw no evidence of the catching element on my morning stroll. Most of those fishing are now returning after the high tide.
Still no fish, but a good day on the beach by all accounts.
Eighty Mile Beach is 370 odd kilometres south of Broome. Are you allowed to mix two distance measures in one sentence?
This beach is all about shells and tides that range from 1 to 5 kilometres. And, as is the way of the west, stunning sunsets. Cheers to that.