Firey Redgate Beach

Redgate Beach Margaret River Australian Landscapes Seascapes Waves sunset

Hi Everyone,

About four weeks now I was down south relaxing around the sametime Dylan Fox and Clint Baker were down there.   The farmers in the Dunsborough and Margaret River region had been buring off for days and it was really hazy down there.    Though it made taking landscape photographs during the day extremely hard, what it did do was provide amazing sunsets that just seemed to hang around for ever.    I had been taking a stack of photos of the waves crashing over the rocks at Redgate Beach (which is near Margaret River) and I was walking back to the carpark when I saw this photo opportunity present itself, how could I resist?   

Hope you all enjoy the photo!

Thank You,

Jamie Paterson Photography

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4 Comments

  1. Dylan Fox June 6, 2009 at 3:48 pm #

    very nice mate!
    We had it redgate on our to do list! But i certainly fell in love with wyadup!

  2. Rob Lewis June 6, 2009 at 5:34 pm #

    Thats a great image Jamie
    I love Redgate – it’s my favourite spot in Margaret River. I go there a lot but I don’t have much from that spot. I did however post one of the few I have taken from around there on my blog yetserday.

  3. Beau Mitchell June 6, 2009 at 8:50 pm #

    Very nice Jamie. What lens was this shot with?

  4. jamiepatersonphotography June 6, 2009 at 8:57 pm #

    Hi Dylan,

    Thanks for that. Wyadup is awesome but I have to have more than that in my portfolio. LOL.

    Hi Rob,

    I’ll check out your blog and have a look at the photo. :-)

    Hi Beau,

    Appreciate the comment. It was the 24-70.

    Jamie Paterson

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