Kirra Beach Shack 19/10

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Hey everyone,

After weeks and weeks of rain the sun finally decided to poke its head out from behind the clouds. I have photographed most of the Gold Coast but this time I decided to head south to a little place called Kirra Beach.

Kirra is located just north of the famous snapper rocks and was home to one of the best surf breaks in the country but sadly due to sand pumping the beach has a mass of sand build up which has affect the break quite significantly. One of the things I liked most about Kirra is when the surf was good you would get a large crowd all piled in watching from this little hut right on the point. For those of you who don’t know the area, all the sand in this image used to be covered by water and is where the waves used to break. Not a bad view if you ask me…

If you would like to know more about the devastating sand build up at Kirra Point click this link http://www.kirrapoint.org/

Cheers

Darren Tierney

Kirra Point View

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3 Responses

Beau said on October 19, 2010

Nice angle, buddy. Different to the usual. Would make a nice canvas, I think.

Matt Lauder said on October 20, 2010

Mate, very nice, simple and uncomplicated. Well seen.

Adrian Wayte said on October 20, 2010

Agree witht heother, great lines and forsight Well done


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