Seasons can be very important in photography. This shot for instance was taken in mid winter and the increased rainfall at this time of year had increased the flow of Sealers Creek which in turn had washed more sand out into the cove. The effect of this was a much lower beach which allowed me to get right under this branch and take full advantage of the first rays reflecting off the sand onto its underside. When I last visited in mid summer the gap under this tree was more like 6 inches than 6 feet making a similar shot impossible.
This shot along with 107 others is available in my book The Prom – Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia
For more shots from this area check out my Wilsons Promontory gallery.
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