It's raining, its windy, its' cloudy, but looks remarkably stunning. Rare to see this beach isolated during the middle of Sydney's summer. I was lucky enough to capture this once in a lifetime image of Bronte Beach at this time of the year. Not your typical sunshine and rainbows. Perhaps the gods are on their lunch break. But I'm sure the sun will be out again in a minute.
Bronte Beach is a small but popular recreational beach in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia. A long distance ocean swimming event is held every December between Bondi Beach and Bronte. The two beaches are linked by a paved coastal footpath along the rocky cliff tops, much frequented by tourists and local runners and walkers. The beach is popular with surfers and despite the non rough surf, less abled swimmers can avail themselves of the bogey hole or rock pool towards the southern end of the beach. At the south end of the beach is a 30-metre ocean pool, one of the best known in Sydney. Also directly opposite from Bronte there are some popular cafes.