The deeper sapphire blue water gives over to clean clear shallows on an abandoned beach. Walk this wilderness coast with us. Book a Springtime tour now. www.lighttolightcamps.com.au #lighttolightcamps #bittangabee#beach
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Crazy #sapphirecoast geology. Ancient volcanoes are responsible for the region's vivid rock colours and strange landscape forms.
The lighthouse at Green Cape, at the other end of the Light to Light walk. We got to stay here! Read the story in the current Great Walks magazine.
The Light to Light walk is so called because it connects two 19th century lighthouses on the far south coast of New South Wales, Australia. Here's one of them: Boyd's Tower, near the town of Eden, glimpsed between trees along rhe track. Magical!
The colours of the #sapphirecoast were so amazing - this is my attempt to capture them in paint. Mowarry Beach again.
And now for something completely different. While I was in Europe my story about the #lighttolightwalk was published in Great Walks magazine. I just got a copy yesterday and I'm thrilled with it. I thought I'd take the opportunity to post my favourite picture from the walk, which the magazine editor didn't actually use. This is Mowarry Beach, one of the many stunning #sapphirecoast beaches we encountered on our hike. With this picture I've tried to apply what I've learned from observing Instagram maestro @laurenepbath. Hope you like it!
This, I've discovered, is what the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales looks like - blue water, rocks of pink, red and purple, and the white if surf and sand. Thank you @lighttolightcamps for showing it to me.
This friendly fellow hung out with us most of the evening we spent at Saltwater Beach campground on the Light to Light walk in far south New South Wales.
One of the amazing rock platforms we crossed during the Light to Light walk on the far south coast of New South Wales. What an extraordinary coastline this is! So geologically interesting.
Disaster Bay, on the far south coast of New South Wales, is one of many pristine white-sand beaches along this glorious coastline. We were taken to a lookout to see it by the kind folks at @Light to Light Camps, who run supported walks in the area.