Posts Tagged 'beaches'

a tiny, doomed miracle…

Today at the Great Ocean Road’s Johanna Beach it turned out someone’s pretty beach decoration was in fact a precious circle made by caring hearts to help protect two tiny eggs laid out in the open by a little bird that’s understandably rare, considering. After I walked away we were lucky enough to see a member of Victoria’s precarious hooded plover population hot foot it back to its ‘nest’ which was anything but that, just a small indentation in the sand. Go well courageous soul.

tiny eggs

hooded plover sitting on its eggs - cropped

hooded plover sitting on its eggscircle of protection

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low tide at Liptrap…

A secret, massive beach at Cape Liptrap Coastal Park almost all to ourselves. A massive sandbank created a huge deep, calm pool along the shore that began to transform as the tide turned. Magic.

apocalypse driftwood…

Inverloch 2

Where: Inverloch near the tidal pool

crazy people who sure can row…

During my recent sojourn exploring the excellent beach towns of southern New South Wales I happened across the fabled George Bass Surf Marathon. An epic event, crazy amazing people with many more muscles than I aspire to spend seven days rowing the ocean. Some entirely on their lonesome out there. I assume someone told them at some stage it only takes a moment to drown…

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Coogee on a Monday morning…

Coogee Monday morning

Location: Coogee Beach, Sydney, NSW

the elixir of youth is found early in the morning…

early morning Mollymook swim

early morning Mollymook walk & swim

Location: Mollymook, NSW


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