If you're looking for a stunning piece of sunset photography that will take your breath away, look no further than this incredible 270 panoramic photo captured by drone from Captain Stevenson's Point on 25 June 2021.
As the sun slowly sets over the serene waters of the lake, the sky is transformed into a spectacular display of vibrant oranges, yellows, and pinks, mixed with purples and greys. The view turns from the Foreshore Parks with Genoa Peak on the horizon to the coast with Gabo Island in the background, showcasing every breathtaking detail.
The calm waters of the lake reflect the clouds above, creating a stunning mirror effect. The low tide exposes the sandbanks, and the water is just about to start running out of the mouth again, adding to the already picturesque scene.
The panoramic view even includes Bastion Point and the boat ramp on the far right of the image, adding depth and dimension to the composition.
The photo is planned to be printed at 150cm wide on canvas, making for a truly impressive and immersive piece of wall art. If you're interested in owning this unique and unforgettable piece of sunset photography, don't hesitate to reach out. Sizes available from 60 to 210cm.
Sunset at the Mallacoota Mouth
The Mallacoota Mouth is bathed in light
A tranquil path to the open sea
Where boats sail and seabirds take flight
And nature's wonder is there to see
The sun sets slowly in the West
A vibrant scene of orange and pink
A canvas painted by nature's best
A stunning view, that makes us think
From the shore to the islands in the distance
Every detail captured in the frame
The low tide reveals the sandbars' existence
And the water flows, never the same
Boats glide gently on the calm waters
As the sun sets and paints the sky
A moment of peace, without any borders
A reminder that beauty is nigh
The Mallacoota Mouth is a place of peace
Where nature reigns and the soul finds ease
And the sunset's beauty fills our hearts
A precious memory, that never departs
So here's to the Mallacoota Mouth
And all the sailors who venture south
May they find peace in the sunset's light
And enjoy the beauty of the night.