I’ve been walking longer each time I go out on the beach. Now I am down past the surf club and back.That is about 8 markers each way so a little over an hour’s walk. There are always a few out and about when I am there, particularly around the club, where the surfers and paddle boarders like to play.
But wet feet in a good way, I went for a walk along the beach in the morning sun and was enjoying the outgoing tide. There were quite a few people about, walking their dogs or generally having fun on the beach. There was a lot of seaweed floating in the outgoing tide, so I used my rubbish Samsung to get a few snaps for colour and shape purposes.
Today we walked from the surf club along the tracks to Barwon Heads to have a coffee in the kiosk. It’s a lovely and easy walk, and we did detour along the beach for a little while. Once at the kiosk, I sat at the top by the jetty and sketched the boats and view of Ocean Grove stretching down the coast. Then on the way back I attempted to draw some of the surfers that were out catching waves on the incoming tide. It was a lovely afternoon.
I went into Queenscliff today for a bit of a mooch and to see the Ben Shearer exhibition at the Salt Gallery. It was quite quiet when I arrived…quiet for a sunny day and Mother’s Day at that…so plenty of spaces to park and walk around town. I nipped over to the cliffs, so I could get my lighthouse and jetty fixes for the day.
It was getting much busier by the time I left, being lunchtime it is probably not surprising.
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