In my opinion, the only good thing about chilly Perth winters and having to get up early for work is getting to watch the sun rise across the many lakes the city holds. These pictures are across Bibra Lake, south of the river, on a -2degree morning!
The stunning Pink Lake of Port Gregory! I must admit, I’m a huge pink fan, so the drive to Port Gregory was well worth it. The pink lake changes it’s hues depending on the time of day and is truly breathtaking (even if a little smelly!). The lake is also very close to the stunning red gorges and white beaches of Kalbarri National Park, the scenery up here is set to impress.
After a busy day looking after a four month old baby, I strolled down the road to beautiful Brighton Beach to unwind, and what a view to unwind to! The fishermen were packing up, the birds were flying home and the crescent moon was shining bright as the sun set over the Indian ocean. Hopefully I have captured some of that magic for you to see in this gallery.
Stumbling into this spectacular sunset while trying to complete an 8km walk with a friend, of course I had to stop and capture the incredible colours cast over the sky and across the clouds as the sun said good night.
Each year artists from around the world showcase their work at several different locations, including over 100 sculptures at Cottlesloe beach, Perth, For the last two years, I have been lucky enough to visit and shoot some of this work, unfortunately it is always rather crowded but I hope I have still managed to capture the unique and unusual artwork.
Welcome everyone, my name is Elle, an enthusiastic photographer who enjoys a coastal lifestyle in Perth, Australia, to watch the sunset across the beaches and ocean each day and aims to bring these images to life in my photos. If you want to know a bit more, feel free to visit About.