Posted by: Paul Sheringhams blog: a place of running dreams come true | May 12, 2013

North Boambee Beach

I cleaned my filters this afternoon and went down to Boambee Headland for the sunset. There were still a few spits of rain and a big rainbow arcing over the top of Muttonbird Island and the Jetty. Boambee Beach is used by 4WDs and people walking their dogs off the leash. The tide was very low exposing rocks with green algae, and the setting sun reflect in the wet sand when the backwash retreated. A smaller rainbow ducked under the clouds on the horizon

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