The Balanced Boater
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
On Tuesday night we rounded south head in "light airs" to behold a distant waterspout and a rainbow.
Futher to seaward, spectacular cloud banks added steely tones to the rays of the low, winter sun.
The whole group sat surprisingly still in the afternoon lull, quietly watching as the vortex of moist air dissipated off North Head.
With cliffs to our west and more rainbows on the horizon we paddled with an unusual quietness.
It seemed we were all a little in awe of the skyscape as colours and forms dissolved into the night.
Rob Mercer - The Balanced Boater
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A jolly interesting outing, but more importantly, did you find any motile coral?
July 16, 2008 at 12:34 AM
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