Ahhh, the land Down Under and it’s magical sun and sunsets. There’s a reason why Here Comes The Sun is one of my all time favorite songs – the sun makes me happy. I’m one of those people who need to see it and feel the warmth on my skin to be in a good mood. Luckily Australia was just what the sun doctor ordered; I experienced 27 days in Australia soaking up the sun. That equates to 54 sunrises and sunsets – and I believe that about 40 of them were some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises I had ever seen. I left Oz sun kissed after all of that time outside enjoying the rays.
I took countless pictures of the beautiful and sometimes tumultuous sun the beach, hot air balloons, and the desert. It was hard to pick my favorite sunrise and sunset photography, but I have narrowed it down to a few of my favorite in those 27 days.
Sunrise at Uluru in Northern Territory
Sunset Noosa Beach
Sunset and a glass of gin and tonic in Darwin.
Sunset and a sliver of moon over Spicers Peak Queensland
Sunset and a surf board in Coolangatta beach Queensland
Rays of sun greet me for sunrise in Room753 on Broadbeach
Sunset in the outback
Sunset Silhouette in Darwin Northern Territory
A stormy Sunrise at Room753 Broadbeach
Lifeguard sunset on Coolangatta Beach Gold Coast Queensland
Sunrise over the outback in a hot air balloon near Alice Springs
Sunset Alice Springs Northern Territory
Sunset in Darwin – looks like a water color painting!
Disclosure: I was invited to enjoy Queensland and Northern Territory by the Queensland Tourism Board and Northern Territory Tourism Board however all the opinions expressed her are solely my own!