Dunbogan and the cranky clouds

Don't let the name turn you off – prime realestate and some cliffs (behind the shot) that are to die for.

What I find really amazing about doing seascape sessions is the variations in the rock, in the space of only 25 kms the rock on the headlands can change from basalt (well i think its basalt, its black and smooth and fing slippery) to this kind of conglomerate rock.

Probably a geologists dream 😉 Anyway some cranky clouds.

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