The 3rd consecutive 4.30 start and a 90 minute drive to Clifton Springs on the Bellarine Peninsula was rewarded with a sublime sunrise on a cool crisp April morning. To get the angle I was after, I had to stand with the freezing water coming over my knees, but the sense of calm and serenity made it completely worth it. The old pylons provide a stunning contrast to the colours in the sky and a sense of stabilty and permanence as the cloud and water continue to move.
Location - Clifton Springs, Bellarine Peninsula, VIC.
This image was awarded Silver at the 2017 Epson International Panoramic Awards
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