After an amazing week spent in Australia’s Great South, I finally get the chance to upload a couple of snaps. There are lots more to come, however, as usual I’m racing time to post everything.
We had the chance to visit the Great Ocean Road which runs along the south coast of Australia in the state of Victoria. The road was originally constructed by soldiers who returned home from the war with no jobs. It’s a beautiful coastline and features some of Victoria’s iconic attractions from Bells Beach to the 12 Apostles (more on those to come).
I love the contrasting beaches in the South to my home town Terrigal in the East of Australia. In particular, Port Fairy, where these shots were taken. The sand is white and the water is crystal clear. It seems as if the waters have just washed straight off the Antarctic. There’s something about theses beautiful pristine waters that just make you want to jump in, despite the sub zero temperatures!
I had originally wanted to do a beach shoot, but discovered the tide was too high for that so this gorgeous little walkway did the trick.
Photography: Giacomo de Martin