On my 6.15 am drive to Cronulla on Sunday I was pleasantly surprised to see some clouds. For a good two weeks we've had nothing but clear blue skies which doesn't always make for great sunrises.
Alas, the huge bank of grey fluffy stuff blotted out any chance of a colourful dawn. Add into the mix tiny 1 foot waves and this morning photographs are hardly compelling! Still, the temperature was a mild 13.5° so the morning was still rather pleasant - gotta look for the positives :)
Sunday dawn, grey as an undertakers jacket.
One foot set wave, the only surfer out at North Cronulla
Longboard days, Thursday 6.45am.
Classic 7'6" triple stringer Jackson mini mal.
Wednesday 6.50am, still no clouds or much swell.
More clear skies.
Back lit shorebreak, ah yes but hardly compelling I hear you say.
Now that's a sunrise! Well it was December 2017 at South Cronulla, the clouds creating some amazing colour.
This image with the White Shadowbox frame absolutely jumps off the wall - did you know you can buy it ready to hang? Buy this Print