Sun Sets on a Trip Away

Published April 21, 2013 by Yassmin Elnazer



Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads is a memory now with only the photos left to say I was there.  I returned home and this afternoon I have been preparing some photos from my first night there, Friday night.

Barwon Heads 185We headed around the heads, so we were on the opposite side to Barwon Heads, and we realised we were in the right place for the sunset, though we didn’t expect a lot.

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This was one of the last images I took that evening.  It was quite nice.  I like the way the sunset reflected in the place where the water comes in and then goes out.  It was fun to see what we could get reflected in that area.

It was very cold and very windy, but it was good to be back there.  Here are some more images.

It was nice to be back in Barwon Heads to take photos…

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