Albany has some spectacular coastline that most would never go and see. OK I did need the old Hilux to get here, but a bit of a walk and you would find it, or look from the road the other way!

I was out Norman beach ways dropping off a motorbike and did a bit of recon in the area. Nice indeed. The rain stopped and I captured this pano. The track in was pushed in a attempt to control the bush fire that ravaged the area recently.

Cheers guys.


~ by David Sobik on November 13, 2010.

16 Responses to “Coastline”

  1. Gorgeous spot David and a nice dramatic sky 🙂

    I really must make it down to Albany some time …

    • Hello Dave, thanks for the comment mate. If your ever down we can go for a look here and there.

      Yes it was the Albany Show, and it always rains for it!

      Cheers mate.

  2. nice shot Dave. seen quite a few of the beaches down that way but don’t think i’ve been to this one. stunning beach, and as with most WA beaches- the best part is you can have quite a few of them pretty much to yourself! 🙂

    • Hi Stephen, thanks for the comment mate. Yes rather lucky here for sure. I don’t think you can get down to this one, unless your a good rock climber!

      Cheers mate.

  3. Beautiful photo David the water looks great makes me want a swim!!

  4. Well indeed there mate awesome image must come visit and get some of these images myself eh :).

  5. Just my sort of beach,deserted! Nice image Dave!

  6. The wide angle is view is beautiful

  7. WOW, LOVE IT!!!! This is fantastic and I would like to order a copy to put on my wall, willing to pay!!!!!!! The different colours in the clouds are great and how awesome does the water look, actually everything about the photo is fantastic!! 🙂 🙂

  8. Nice photo David…It never stops amazing me how many gorgeous little hidden beaches there are along our south west coast and around Albany…Kind Regards John Grant

    • Hi John, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog!

      Thats what I love about photography, it makes you get out and look around, quite often good stuff right under your nose!

      Cheers mate.

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