Clayton’s Beach is part of the Tamala Park Conservation Reserve. It’s rated as a moderately hazardous beach partly due to the fact it is not patrolled and swimming is not advised due to rip currents. Waves and submerged rocks also pose a danger to swimmers.
On this morning the fog rises calmly and the scene is quiet and calm.
Gear: Nikon D4S camera, Nikkor 70-200 lens.
Settings: Focal length 200mm; exposure 1/320 sec; f11; ISO 100.
GPS: 31°41’57.065″ S 115°42’13.505″ E
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