Seaford Pier is my new local spot – our family loves the short walk from home to the foreshore for coffee and a wander. There’s a great market once a month organised by Rotary close by, very good and cheap coffee from the local bookshop/florist/cafe and a brilliant Spanish bar that never seems to close! Leanne captured the foreshore brilliantly in these shots
Melbourne was settled inside Port Phillip Bay, and many suburbs are on beaches, but because they are in the bay there aren’t big waves. The other afternoon I went to Seaford and then Mordialloc, two suburbs on the bay, to take photos. It is an area I am not familiar with and when a friend suggested going down there I thought why not. We were met by another friend as well. Always nice going out with friends to take photos.
We started at Seaford pier. It was a lovely afternoon, not a cloud in the sky, a little windy, a bit chilly, but perfect for autumn. The water was a gorgeous aqua colour and so clear you could see through it, though I did a long exposure here and got that flat/smooth look on the water.
There were a couple of fisherman out on the pier and they were very…
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