There were some gorgeous white clouds in a deep blue sky, so armed with the Lee Big Stopper (filter to allow long exposures) we headed to Denmark for the day.
We started at Green's Pool, rated one of Western Australia's most idyllic beaches. It's a sheltered natural swimming pool of clear emerald water edged by white sand and smooth domed rocks that stop the swell from reaching the shore. Difficult to do it justice with a photograph it is so stunning, but I gave it a good try!
Green’s Pool is surrounded by gradually sloping rock formations cut with small crevasses and pools, and adjoins Elephant Cove, where the large granite boulders resemble elephants paddling in the shallow water.
I would love to spend more time here, with the camera and also with the family. It is a must see location for any visitors to Western Australia.