Posted by: Paul Sheringhams blog: a place of running dreams come true | May 25, 2013

North Boambee Beach

 

 

 

The tail end of the fierce southerly winds and rain, moved north through Coffs Harbour this evening. I went to Boambee Headland and the waves were still rushing through the south wall into the normally sheltered Jetty. The clouds were dramatic and being pushed quickly by the wind. South of North Boambee the conditions were becoming still.  I had trouble preventing my filters from fogging, my lens pen didn’t do the trick. Even my glasses had a thick sheen of spray on them in no time. I think in these sorts of conditions I need to use lens cleaning liquid and a clean cloth or tissue between each photograph.

A sooty oystercatcher stood on the rocks in front of me for a while, but then it took to the air, piping its contact call,  and was blown like an arrow in the direction of the wind.


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