Wategos Beach, New South Wales, Australia, is an idyllic location for surfers, walkers and photographers.
This beach is popular with photographers due to the incredible light conditions as well as when the tide becomes full. The ocean surges towards you at an accelerated rate. Surfers are prolific, from dawn to dusk, particularly when the offshore wind makes its presence felt.
I captured this shot towards the end of my photoshoot. Wearing waders is an advantage as I can position my tripod and camera in the water and kneel down and compose my shots appropriately. Wategos Beach represents a slice of paradise to me and to so many people who live and visit this gorgeous location.
It is the eastern most landmass in Australia. This shot gives you a perspective of the alcove that represents this incredible beach.
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