Climb up on some hill at sunrise. Everybody needs perspective once in a while, and you'll find it there.
Though I didn't need to climb a hill on this occasion. Two 'sunrise chasers', my neighbour and myself, had set off at first sign of a glimpse of pink in the sky, earlier this week. We'd checked out this site the afternoon before (the Triptych Trees post was from there), as being the closest and best vantage point to the east (Point Wolstoncroft), on the Central Coast, N.S.W.
It meant a short car journey down the peninsula to catch it before it was over. Reaching the 50 k.p.h. signage wasn't easy to accept when we had a mission at stake; to check out a super sunrise in the making.
Ironically, this photo was taken alongside the Southlakes Sailing Club at Sunshine, and I'm wondering now if it had in fact been named that because of its access to beautiful sunrises gifted from Mother Nature. When I looked it up, it suggested 'descriptive, given to subdivision, earlier known as Gorrick's Point'.
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