Made on an early morning poodlewalk:
There are more from this session here.
This picture was made early one morning on a poodlewalk with Kayla:
Dep's Beach is one of the spaces Kayla and I walk to on our early morning walks. It's a small beach that lies between Petrel Cove and Kings Beach, more or less on the border between Victor Harbor and Waitpinga:
Most people walk across it as they walk along the heritage trail. Surfers--mostly young lads--- are its most frequent visitors. They surf at the western end of the beach, which is where the above photos was taken during the recent very changeable weather.
After spending 12 days on the road to and from Lajamanu in the Tanami Desert in the Northern Territory I walked along Dep's Beach on the morning after my return to Victor Harbor. This is in the early morning light:
I was seeing differently. I would normally walk past these rocks in the sand
Snapped on an early morning poodle walk with Ari and Kayla along Deps Beach. This coastal beach is west of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
It is late autumn light about 10 minutes after sunrise.
Made on a poodle walk at Kings Beach, South Australia with Ari and Kayla.
It was a late afternoon poodle walk.
The rocks at Port Elliot in the late afternoon.
Most of the photographs of these rocks hadn't worked all that well.