Last weekend, I was at the southern coast of Australia. The stretch of the coast between New South Wales and Victoria is called the Sapphire Coast where colour of the ocean is deeper than the sapphire and sky is just a shade lighter.
At the heart of the Sapphire Coast is the sleepy town of Merimbula which has a long point for whale watching and a short point for surfing.
The vast stretch of wilderness, national parks and ocean teeming with life attracts lots of artisan and is home to lots of galleries, public art and boutiques.
In the above shot I was trying to capture a flying helicopter when a seagull flew across. It came right in the centre of the frame.
At night a swan appeared in the calm waters, the biggest one I have ever seen.