Perfect Accompaniment

30 Dec 2013: Soft pastel tones preceded the light of day with the sound of waves crashing onto the shore line. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting on Shelley Beach, Crescent Head this morning watching yet another day unfold.

“What we do is less than a drop in the ocean. But if it were missing, the ocean would lack something.” – Mother Teresa

5.18am. I'm looking forward to seeing how it will unfold

5.18am. I’m looking forward to seeing how it will unfold



Nice pink tones were forming behind the clouds

Nice pink tones were forming behind the clouds

I decided to sit down on Shelley Beach and take it all in.

I decided to sit down on Shelley Beach and take it all in.

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The sounds of the waves crashing on the shoreline were so calming.

The sounds of the waves crashing on the shoreline were so calming.

They also made for a few nice shots as well.

They also made for a few nice shots as well.

Now the sun is beginning to burn through

Now the sun is beginning to burn through

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One of my fav's from this morning.

One of my fav’s from this morning.

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So peaceful

So peaceful

It doesn't matter how you experience your sunrise, the main thing is that you are there to see it

It doesn’t matter how you experience your sunrise, the main thing is that you are there to see it

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10 thoughts on “Perfect Accompaniment

  1. Hi Paul….The colours are beautiful again today but I also love the additional quirk of the people sometimes. When will your book be available? I’m sure Kai and I will be looking for it. Cheers, Jen

    • Thanks so much Jen, it was yet again another beautiful beginning. I’m trying to source a printer that will make the book more affordable. On demand printing is very expensive, especially when the book is a large landscape / hard cover / dust jacket. See how I go in the new year. I’ll definitely let you know 🙂
      Take care
      Paul

    • Cheers CC,
      It was nice to capture the sunrise from land and show it from a different perspective. No new camera yet. I’m still using my ‘Pocket Rocket’ Canon Powershot D20. Still saving up for a DSLR Canon to accompany my underwater D20.
      So glad that you liked the shots 🙂

  2. Hi Paul. We met you photographing the killick creek bridge as we were walking over it on 30 dec early evening. Would love one of the pics. Thanks

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