Watch the sunset from Derby wharf. Bring drinks, nibbles a comfortable chair and your camera, if you like. Or simply your eyes and ears.
It’s not a big tourist town. You won’t have to peer over the shoulders of Country Road clad holidaymakers from the big cities. The wharf is simple, industrial. Timber planking underfoot, walk out along the wide pier and watch the eddies of the tide swirl in the water.
Walk west along the wharf. The water becomes translucent, rose pink, amber, shimmering. The sun seems to grow larger, dripping its final molten rays into the sea. I apologise for the flowery words, but it’s a beauty.