Sunset at Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia with sky reflected on the sand. CLICK ON PIC TO VIEW LARGE.
I spent two nights at Broome and the beach itself is 22.5 km long with beautiful white sand, washed clean daily by tides that can reach over nine metres. The water is crystal clear turquoise, and the gentle swells hardly manage to topple over as they roll up onto the almost perfectly flat beach. There have been cases where crocodiles have been sighted off the shore, but this is a rarity and measures are taken to prevent these situations. Four wheel drive vehicles may be driven onto the beach from the car park. This allows people to explore the beach at low tide to a much greater extent than would be possible on foot.
Canon 40D, Canon 10-22mml, F11, 1/400, ISO 400