These guys scoring themselves a perfect sunset at Rivermouth tonight. And just as the sun dips over the horizon a Humpback Whale passes through the light of the setting sun. Just another day in WA 👍.
Bryony and Matt from the UK. On a scale of 1 to 10. Bryony has a spider phobia measured at 20 😱. Tells us right at the start of the tour she's outta here even if we talk about spiders 🕷️. Amazing she ever made it to Australia 😂. More than a little bit stoked she survived another day in Oz without seeing a one of our eight legged little friends 👍.
I hike past this section of cliffs almost every day for the past ten years. First time I've ever seen people climbing out there (there three in the pic) . Looks like an epic section with great views. Nope I'm not telling where it is. I'll leave that secret to the climbing community😉.
Another pic from the sunset over Gnarabup a few nights ago. Don't often get to see the sky in afterglow in this direction, so went a bit nuts with the number of pics.
Up at 5am this morning to shoot river scenes with a film crew. Gotta admit I wasn't thrilled to start a Sunday morning that early 🙄. But it seems the director was right in his early morning call. Beautiful light and a glassy river, making for some great filming conditions👍.
Stairway to Surfers Point a few night ago.
Summer scenes at Gnarabup today 👍
Got a feeling these two will be going home with a rather memorable sunset selfie 👍.
Dazzling colour and light show of wildflowers and sunset over Gnarabup and Prevelly this evening! Bloody good way to kick off festivities for the start of the Gourmet Escape festival weekend👍.
Margaret River Community noticeboard was lighting up today with negative commentary about the smoke from the hazard reduction burns today🤔. Yep it was smoky. But its important work to help reduce the decades of forest fuel that have built up around the town👍. And a double thumbs to cracking smoky sunset photo opportunities 😉
Danica and Zoe from Darwin enjoying some river time. Without crocs 😉.
Still finding dazzling displays of Spring wildflowers around the Margaret River region at the moment. Always worth stopping the car for a pic when we find bursts of Kangaroo Paws 👍.