A place usually awash with sand boarders and 4wd’s the tranquility at dawn cannot be measured.

This is Lancelin Sand Dunes at sunrise, where every image you take is a one-off (unless someone is standing next to you shooting).

Just an hour and a half north of Perth the dunes were formed over 4000 years ago.

The dunes were smoothed by the evening rain on an unusually still night, I’d trekked over a few dunes shooting other shots when the sun caught the clouds and coloured them pink!

This is Lancelin Sand Dunes in Western Australia.