Wave dance is a beautiful full colour photograph presented by Josephine Caruana of Jo. C. Photography.
This photo by Josephine Caruana of the waves breaking along the rocks was taken late one afternoon at Sharky's beach as I watched wave after wave they seemed as if each wave danced on the water then as a finally crashed over the rocks.
This beach reasonably lengthy but not a patrolled beach. It has plenty of parking space and is fringed by very fine rock platforms for investigating rock pools. Just up from Sharky’s Beach is Coledale which is patrolled and also has a camp site and other facilities.
Whales can be seen off the shore at Coledale from May (sometime not until June), as they head north for warmer waters. They can sometimes be seen again around August to October, as they return with young calves to the Southern Ocean. Humpback and southern right whales are the most common species.
Wave dance is one of the images you can find in my new photo book “More Than A view” If you would like more information and/or how to purchase a copy of my book please contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org