Surface Level

 Colour Band

Colour Band

It’s a absolute cracker of a day out there today.  Yesterday’s wind is gone, the sun is shining and we had a beautiful band of colour to kick off the day.  Someone said it looked like a comet’s or fireball had streaked across the sky at dawn.

I didn’t see any waves this morning, mind you I didn’t go looking.  You might find a little log runners at some stage of the tide.

I spent all my time down at South Steyne with the fish and swimmers this morning. Such a cool place to sit and watch the comings and goings of people and community’s morning rituals.

Did you see the clip of the three whales that took a short detour into Cabbage Tree Bay on their way South on the weekend.  Some really nice footage! – Check it out

Murray

 

 
 Comet Tail

Comet Tail

 
 JB - Morning Ritual

JB - Morning Ritual

 
 Pet Bream - They come to you like puppies!

Pet Bream - They come to you like puppies!

 
 Stellar Morning for a paddle

Stellar Morning for a paddle

 
 Corso Semi Submerged

Corso Semi Submerged

 
 Nice view from surface level

Nice view from surface level

 
 Old Figs of Manly Point

Old Figs of Manly Point

 
 Sub Surface Action

Sub Surface Action

 
 Queensie Headland

Queensie Headland

 
 BnB - First Splash

BnB - First Splash

 
 Olivia & her Teddy

Olivia & her Teddy

 
Murray Fraser