Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

Sea part 2: The sea means change to me, a visit to the same place at a different time of the day or night will reveal a whole new experience.

Smokey dry season haze at museum beach darwin

Smokey dry season haze at museum beach darwin


13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

      • Ah. So you are in the Northern part of Australia, yes? I love listening to the gentle lapping of the waves. They have that same sound down in Brazil from the Amazon river when the tide is low. The river is so big, it has waves you can surf on. Lol. I read something about Darwin recently. I think it was about a croc attack or something.

      • Yes a lad was swimming in a croc infested river, it is pretty widely known that a lot of crocs live in that area. The lad was a local too. Usually it is naive tourists who get munched. I can only think this lad’s bravado and good judgement may have been impaired by alcohol. I could be wrong, and should not really comment thus, but the Northern Territory has a beer drinking reputation to live up to and I find it hard that any local would do such a thing if of sound mind! But there again people do get complacent.

      • I shouldn’t laugh, but once I read “munched”, I burst out in giggles. 😛 I know those crocs grow up to a very large size. That is terrifying! Same goes to locals in the Amazon basin. The locals know what and where the dangerous animals hide, but a non local would sadly find out the hard way. Sorry for the late reply. I didn’t see this comment until today. I always love reading your comments. 😀 You’re one of my favorite bloggers! 😉

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