Spring is finally here!

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Well, I hope everyone got out and about this weekend as we have finally seemed to have broken to rain every weekend curse that has been going on for the last couple of months.

I have some friends over from the East and we headed down south for the weekend.

Stunning weather!

More Spring from our South West

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A beautiful weekend to be out and about this weekend and managed to capture a lot of colour.

I hope you all managed to shake the winter blues and get back to nature this weekend!

The wildflowers are out everywhere and any where it would seem, so next weekend if you have nothing to do, simply get in the car and go for a drive!

Boranup and the ‘Spa’!

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We did a few cool things yesterday…starting with an early morning shoot at Boranup with Murf, followed by a 10km walk to Castle Rock with Lee Lee and then we watched the close to the day at the Spa with Reynaldi and Lucy Loo.

This morning has already started with a shoot at Busselton Jetty and we are about to set out for breaky and then more exploring.

Hope you are all enjoying the long weekend!

Pristine Wyadup Beach

The name Wyadup Beach is probably the only thing that remains a constant in this ever changing landscape!

I have been down there when there has been large pools under these rocks, when there has been green moss over the rocks and when there have been mini waterfalls going off everywhere.

Last Saturday when Ian Wise and I went down for a sunset shoot we were, once again presented with a different and more tranquil version of Wyadup Beach.

Where else can you go to one location and get different shots every single time!

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This image is also taken at a similar time to the previous posts, albeit from a different perspective.

A good friend of mine lives near this area and he and his wife often spend hours exploring the beach and rocks in this beautiful secluded part of our south west coast. I have seen it so wild and rugged and yet I have also seen it ever so tranquil.

It was not that long ago that we had a very northern swell as a result of a cyclone coming down the coast and the resultant right hand barrels pumping through just to the left of the rocky outcrop were awesome.

I have seen a number of photos of pro surfers getting towed into these very hollow and solid barrels, that only ever work once in a blue moon!

A captured moment in time that I can guarantee will never look the same again!