Byron – Part 3

As someone who likes to photograph the outdoors, I often have to make the best of what’s on offer. Much of the time it’s not ideal, whether due to time of day/light conditions/weather/wrong position/difficult subject matter. That’s why I get really excited when everything aligns, like it did that afternoon on Belongil Beach. The light was absolutely perfect for photography, whether it be photographing a surfer and the waves.

Belongil Beach

Or a fisherman casting a line into the misty surf.

Belongil Beach

Just when you think it doesn’t get any better, the light changes, and the same view becomes even more beautiful.

Belongil Beach

Sometimes I wish that moments like this would have more often, but then you wouldn’t quite appreciate it in the same way, would you?

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