Just as the day was dawning.

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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Tim » Sun Jan 17, 2016 22:31

Dean wrote: Where is it Tim?
And am I the only one who can't see the image on this post?
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Hmm been having a few problems with this. Any better?

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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Wally2 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 22:33

That's better!
Is that sand or snow?
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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Tim » Sun Jan 17, 2016 23:20

Just sand, although that photo was taken in the early morning back in spring. I notice my girls are still wearing their pyjamas.

The area is known as The Bay of Fires, there's about 30km of beaches like that, with hardly anyone on them. The sand is really fine and white, which helps make the sea look really blue, then the rocks are covered in very distinctly coloured orange lichen, so the colours are pretty vivid when the sun is shining.

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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Doug G » Mon Jun 06, 2016 14:14

Tim wrote:Just sand, although that photo was taken in the early morning back in spring. I notice my girls are still wearing their pyjamas.

The area is known as The Bay of Fires, there's about 30km of beaches like that, with hardly anyone on them. The sand is really fine and white, which helps make the sea look really blue, then the rocks are covered in very distinctly coloured orange lichen, so the colours are pretty vivid when the sun is shining.

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Wow. 30km of minimally visited/occupied white sand beaches.

Definite envy from this corner(?) of the globe. 8)
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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Tim » Wed Jun 08, 2016 4:41

Not this week though. We've just copped some extreme weather. They were predicting swell in excess of 7m up that way, and were telling us to stay away from the beach. My parents are going up over the weekend to see if there's any beach left.

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Re: Just as the day was dawning.

Post by Doug G » Thu Jul 07, 2016 22:33

Let us know and post 'before' and 'after' pics.
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