Godfreys Beach at Stanley with Murph. (or as the locals call it “The Top Beach”)
A dreary, overcast, stormy morning, and an incoming tide just to make things interesting. Every 10 minutes or so a slightly larger set would come in and surge the tide forward.
Soapstone rocks making any quick movement a recipe for danger so when we were caught by the surge we just had to stand and take it. Needless to say we both went home wet to the calves.
A wide angle lens makes things look 10 metres away when they are really almost upon you. Here is one about to swallow me up. 2 seconds later I was nearly kneedeep and a big split in my boot didnt help much at all.
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