Nice weather, very windy and cool. Had breakfast then headed off down to the bridge to get the incoming tide as it comes in so very fast. Well that was a joke, the tide was on the ebb, all we got was cold bums. Got back to camp and had morning tea. After we warmed up we headed off to town to catch Sunlander train coming in, but it was 11.40 pm, so we were 12 hours to early. It’s been one of those days, but not in a bad way. Now it’s started raining. I headed back to camp and when I got there I could here the Brolgas and Curlews calling. We got all packed up as much as we could for the morning. Filled all the water containers etc. One last hot shower as never sure where we’ll end up.
Don and Jack doing macro on a praying mantus. Couldn’t resist this shot. Jack walking back from the wetlands. wet land. Loved the colours in the mud and the posts all ruined. Train bridge, apparently when the tide comes in it rushes through this gap very fast and is a great sight to see. Another time. Looking out across the tidal inlet. Wetlands, lots of migrating birds at times of the year. Animal holding pens. Our set up.
Early morning from the rodeo seats.Did a black and white image out of it.