Sensational Van Gogh-esque Sunrise, Cowes

Hi Friends,

On this particular morning, I headed to the jetty at Cowes after watching the sunset at Kitty Miller Bay. Cowes is the main township in Phillip Island. The sky was doing magical things, it looked somewhat like a Van Gogh painting. There were perfect fishing conditions according to the local fisherman and I was greeted by many friendly strangers as I strolled along the pier. I was wandering around smiling like I was in love and I was, with the wandering.






I hope you enjoyed this more picture-orientated post.

Mikki 🙂

If you would like to read about or see pictures from my Phillip Island adventures, the links are below:

  • The Nobbies: A short-easy coastal walk, along a boardwalk providing stunning ocean views.
  • Kitty Miller Bay: Some sunrise shots from Kitty Miller Bay. Kitty Miller Bay is well-known for the SS. Speke shipwreck.
  • The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai:  The Pinnacles are a rock formation at Cape Woolamai which is a popular spot for photography (especially at sunset). Cape Woolamai is home to a beautiful beach and a cape with hiking trails.
  • Forrest Caves: Forrest Caves as the name alludes to, is home to spectacular rock formations that have formed like caves on the beach.

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