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Rottnest Island and it’s Friday already

Rottnest Island and it’s Friday already

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Published by Dr Paul Weaver
Casual observations of nature and other things on Rottnest Island in May, 2013.
Casual observations of nature and other things on Rottnest Island in May, 2013.

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Published by: Dr Paul Weaver on Jun 07, 2013
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18/05/13 8:29 AMFremantlebiz - Paul's Letter from AustraliaPage 1 of 2http://fremantlebiz.livejournal.com/2013/05/10/
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Hey! It’s Friday already and we are still being blessed with heavy showers of rain – like most of last night – as has been thecase with all the other nights since arriving here on Tuesday. With gears that actually work, our new bikes have been terrificfor speedily escaping the deluges during the daylight hours. We usually notice that the gales increase considerably justbefore a shower. However my bike woke up with a puncture in the front tyre yesterday morning. After a fix was applied werode to Phillip Point at the south-east end of the island. The ocean level was still very high from the storm surge, and the socalled Natural Jetty was being pounded by the convergence of waves and currents arriving from opposite directions. Here’sa couple of seascapes where I used a triple exposure method to create images with a high dynamic range:
The stormy convergence at Phillip Point and the Natural Jetty
Jill and Kylie cooked upa delicious roast pork dinner last night. Roast pork has been on the menu for winter visitations to Rottnest since when we used to come here on our SS30 yacht
in the 1970s. There’ve been plenty of changes to theisland since those days. Our favorite anchorage then for roasting pork was unspoiled Geordie Bay, before any of theshoreside holidayaccommodation was built. I’m anticipating cold roast pork sandwiches for lunch today.
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