Dawn patrol is most often a surfers term, but is also used by swimmers and others. It refers to getting up bright and early at or before dawn for a surf, ocean water swim or whatever else. We like to use it ourselves when we are doing a shoot with either the drone or digital camera capturing the morning colours. This day was particularly brilliant and swimmers and surfers also caught these wonderful colours over ‘The Bluff‘ at Barwon Heads from Thirteenth Beach. It is so worth getting up early on a regular basis and watching nature take control of the day. It has a very inspiring feel to it and certainly gets you going for the day. If you haven’t risen early recently, take a chance and go somewhere where you can soak up nature, you won’t regret it! [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken on Thirteenth Beach, Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia.
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