The Surf Coast around Torquay and Bells Beach is one of our favourite photographic destinations. We often set off for a day trip to either fly the drone or take digital photos. Just up the road from Torquay is a tiny town of Breamlea. The area has it’s own little beach which runs from Point Impossible all the way up to Thirteenth beach. It’s a quiet stretch of sand except for the locals who love walking along the sand with their family or pets, and can make for a relaxing day out. This shot shows the beach and sand dunes looking West towards thirteenth beach. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Breamlea, Victoria, Australia.
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