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Lighthouse Beach

This is a location that I very much would like to return to sooner rather than later; not so much for swimming, but for exploring, or at least what I’d consider to be exploring. Whilst perhaps a bit bright in … Continue reading

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Dark Point Aboriginal Place

I am not sure as to why this headland is called Dark Point Aboriginal Place. From what little I’ve read, this is a culturally significant location for The Worimi people. I should learn more about the location and, considering I … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 825: The Beach was Theirs

And so there was the riding of the waves after the running along the sand, which of course came after a walk of considerable length. There was a craving for the ocean water and what it provided and represented, and … Continue reading

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Stabilising Sand

Here’s a shot taken at The Hawks Nest Dunes. This was taken on the same field trip as these three photos. I feel as though this photo has a strong sense of layering due to the sand taking up most … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 746: About a Desert

Crossing expanses upon expanses and following the rolling dunes that change form and reshape themselves in some sort of eternal dance of metamorphosis. Perhaps they are a great amorphous body rather than some giant landscape. Perhaps. Crossing requires time and … Continue reading

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Wharf View

I waited too long to do anything and currently am rather tired, so tonight it’s just this photo I’m sharing. I like that in this shot what is in the distance is a park rather than a far side of … Continue reading

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Young Avicennia marina

Also known as a grey mangrove. This is near where I grew up. This place has (at least in my lifetime) always had mangrove plants, but it’s still nice to see them spreading as they help to keep the local … Continue reading

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Interlacing

I saw this in The Royal National Park. This is probably a not-uncommon thing to see, but there’s only one place where I am absolutely certain as to where I can see this kind of sedimentary pattern at a beach. … Continue reading

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View of the Beach

More cabins in The Royal National Park. Not the same ones as the ones in the photo featuring cabins I recently shared. Kind of a small, peaceful scene. Maybe. It doesn’t quite feel calm. Feels a bit windy (though I … Continue reading

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Rippling

As seen somewhere in The Royal National Park. This is a small stream on a beach. I really like how the water is moving over the sand. It’s altering the textural appearance in an interesting way, I think. I hope … Continue reading

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