If summer is coming to an end in the southern hemisphere, Willie Kessel has managed to enjoy the warm climate on the East Australian coast to share with us this new Vuarnet Day.
Born in California, Willie Kessel is a photographer who dedicated his work to waves and the ocean, recently packed his suitcases to explore Australia. This country offers an almost limitless playground for anyone who loves the sea, sun and surf. If usually, most travelers turn to Sydney or Melbourne as the starting point of their adventure, Willie Kessel has decided to go to Perth, the capital of Western Australia and the main city on the Australian East Coast.
Photo Credit : Willie Kessel
Also called “The City of Light”, this city founded in 1829 by Captain James Stirling is known and recognized for its exceptional climate. Bordering the Indian Ocean, its coastline offers a great variety environments. And that’s precisely why Willie Kessel came for.
On his program, surf, beach and exploration of this new territory. It was out of question to stay in town. He quickly involves us on the roads that line the ocean heading South. If Australia is a popular destination, it is not uncommon to find yourself alone into the wild. Whether on the coasts, in the bush or in the warmer regions of the center, these moments allow you to truly appreciate the diversity of this continent away from the tumults of the city. This was particularly the case for this Vuarnet Day, on one of the beaches of Wyadup Bay at the southeast end of the country.