Saturday, December 15, 2012

Morning in Red Rock, NSW, Australia

The sound of the waves crashing into these isolated rocks along the beach is wonderful. The rocks really are red.

 This is the headland. There is a person standing on it so you can get an idea of the size.

There are several boardwalks leading from the beach to town.

The sun was making the water look like pure silver. This was at about 7:30. I'd have to be out there by 5:30 to catch the sunrise.

These stairs lead over the dunes to Little Beach.

This is Big Beach.

This boardwalk leads from Big Beach to Little Beach.

The foliage here is so different from what we see in Canada.

 Here you can get a glimpse of Little Beach over the bushes.

The tide was coming in so the beach was quite small. At high tide it is mostly underwater.

This is a swampy area beside the road leading back to town.

The road to town.

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