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Seven photographers braved the cloudy and somewhat cold and windy conditions to photograph a small shanty settlement of beach shacks spread along the shores of Pt. Phillip Bay at Werribee South.


The shacks were in different conditional states but offered up such a lot of interest for photographers. Shapes, colours - some rather garish - textures, and patterns. There were tired buildings with lots of character, old rotting boats, a variety of broken down and rusting machinery, along with a variety of old regular outdoor items that created compositions for the creative artist.


Also on offer was a variety of bird life and some seascapes once the tide was in.

After their shoot, the photographers met at Wyndham Harbour for a late morning/lunch time coffee and cake.


An interesting creative experience and here are some photographs from the day.

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