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Nature | Ocean | Wildlife  A behind the scenes look into life on the road of an Australian professional ocean landscape photographer. Gallery located James St Burleigh Heads.

http://www.seanscottphotography.com.au/

@seanscottgallery is starting to showcase a collection of my work from the past few years. Keep an eye on @seanscottgallery to see some exciting changes that are coming :)

This guy was an absolute legend. We had a great day out with @troy_bennell on his Ngalang Wongi cultural tours out of Bunbury in @westernaustralia. Troy shared so many stories and introduced us to many of their customs. 1/2 the time he had us cracking up with his jokes the other time learning a lot about aboriginal customs and culture. I have learnt so much by listening to these guys stories and reccomend everybody try and do a indigenous cultural tour in your local area. @troy_bennell

Injinup Beach in @westernaustralia. This is one of my favourite beaches in the Margaret River area. This time of year has plenty of swell and it's awesome watching these waves break so close to shore.

I made it all the way over to the Margaret River area where I continued my work with indigenous tourism operators. I'm humbled to be able to share there stories and spend so much time learning about there culture. At Yallingup I got to visit Josh from @koomaldreaming and watched him make fire and visited the Ngilgi Caves. It's the second time I've been able to spend time with Josh and love learning there culture through him. There is so much Indigenous history in the area and look forward to bringing my family back here next year to learn more. @koomaldreaming

Beach driving around Esperance in @westernaustralia is as good as it gets.

I would love it if you guys could check out my other account @seanscottgallery. I have had my own photography gallery now for over 15 years in Burleigh Heads Australia. My aim has always been to share my love for the environment through my photography. Over the last 4 or 5 years I have explored my desire to photograph natures art. Whether that be in the ocean, in the air, in the Australian outback or following wildlife to remote corners of the globe. Along the way I have been documenting through social media my travels along with my own artistic interpretation of how I see the planet. Using the combination of light and time to create images that express my admiration for the planet. While I'm still on the road for the majority of the year I'm also working to expand my Burleigh Gallery. For some years now I have been working on a range of images that will showcase close to 15 years of work. With a new fine art printing workflow matched with the best quality framing available I will be showcasing my work like never before. I'm so fortunate to have had such loyal support and would love you guys to check out my gallery page @seanscottgallery where you will slowly see the progress of 15 years of work transformed into our new fine art range. We have a lot of new projects in the pipeline and can't wait to share more as it all comes together. @seanscottgallery

We had such an epic time camping at Lucky Bay and working with @luckybeancafe such great people and unbelievable location. At night me and @linc_lewis took a short walk from camp up to check out the stars. Lincoln is always keen for an adventure and sitting up here looking at the Milky Way was unreal. We walked back into camp just in time to watch the moon rise over the ocean right from our camp. @ledlenserau

As part of my trip through @westernaustralia I have been visiting some indigenous tourism operators and what a way to start it off. Lucky Bean is a mobile coffee van that sets up right on the beach at Lucky Bay. Robyne and Doc Reynolds run the show along with the grand kids on occasions . When I was first told to make sure I had some change in my pocket when I went down to the beach to buy a coffee I thought they were having a go at me but sure enough these guys set up down here on the beach in the warmer months and offer dampers, bush jams, great coffee and there famous Kangachino. Doc told me loads of stories of the local area and will be bringing my family back next year to spend some time with these guys. @luckybeancafe

Just down to the bottom right is where we camped for a few nights. There's also a mobile coffee van that turns up right on the beach @luckybeancafe I'm already planning a trip back here next year with the family. Lucky Bay. @westernaustralia 🚁🚁

I made it across the Nullabour to one of my favourite places in the world. Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grande National Park. The beaches here are the best I have ever seen. The whitest sands with crazy blue water. Kangaroos often pop down to the waters edge to feed on sea life that's washed up. I even saw a kangaroo eating a crab. Stoked to have @linc_lewis and @bglosko along for the ride. @toyota_aus

Here's a drone shot over the pink lake at Cactus. This was me taking the photo a couple of posts back. Epic location.

Sunset over Cactus Beach. What a great way to start 3 months camping on the road. I'm headed over to @westernaustralia to explore the coast line all the way up to the Kimberley. Photographing the scenery and a lot of the amazing indigenous tourism operators that work throughout the state. For those that know me I love nothing more than hitting the open road exploring places off the beaten track. I'm stoked to have my family flying in to Broome next month to share the experience with me. Until then keep an eye on my story as I share life on the road.

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