Capturing the last breath of summer

It has been a big month in the southern hemisphere as we farewell another summer, reluctantly acknowledge that the days are indeed getting shorter and begin to look at buying a new coat for the colder months ahead. In a bid to make the most of the remaining warmer weather, I’ve been hitting the beach early of a morning and getting away whenever possible on the weekends, soaking in all summer has left to offer.

As I look ahead to the winter and the rest of this year, I am filled with warmth and an anticipation of exciting times ahead. Planning is in full tilt and the reality of being on the open road and living out of a backpack again is becoming a reality. Of course I’ll be taking you all with me, so stay tuned.

Below are a few snaps from this last month. Enjoy!

::Louie::

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Checking the surf and taking in the morning sun.
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Coogee in all its morning beauty last week.
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I’m lucky enough to live only a 2 minute drive from this hidden gem.
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The local washing machine.
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Swimmers following the light.
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Things were looking pretty good up the coast this month. Warm water and a few waves.
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Looking at the back of a wave while playing around with my GoPro.

8 thoughts on “Capturing the last breath of summer

    1. It is a man made ocean pool. When the waves come over the edge, it just washes the swimmers around and makes it difficult to swim straight laps. When the surf is flat, it is one of the best spots to swim.

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