Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Tempe, Cooks River, wakeboarding

The unseasonal warm weather on the weekend brought out the wakeboarders on the Cooks River at Tempe.
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31 comments:

  1. Fascinating. We used to live in Tempe - Arizona, that is!

    This is a great way to spend a beautiful, warm afternoon. And this appears to be a beautiful spot!

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  2. You give me more and more beautiful insights about Sydney. Thank you for the visit too.

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  3. This looks like real summer to me, it's a pretty place!

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  4. You have all the great shot. Especially the sunset photos, great. I went to Sydney 2 years ago, great city.

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  5. Wasn't it beautiful weather. Wouldn't have thought there was enough room for speed boats there.

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  6. looks exciting! but i don't think i would have the courage to try wakeboarding.:P

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  7. Wonderful waves and action. Beautiful photo!

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  8. Your photo captures an entirely fun looking sport. Perfect for a hot day.
    spirithelpers

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  9. seems nice, up here (Sweden) summer is coming to an end. :(

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  10. Would love to try that! and with a beautiful blue + clean waters to boot!

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  11. Great action shot is wakeboarding similar to skiing?

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  12. Wonderful action shot ... brings back memories of my younger dayz ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  13. Fantastic shot. Thanks for sharing it.
    Thanks for your visit on my blog.

    Have a great day

    Gunilla in Sweden

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  14. Yes amanda, wakeboarding is similar to waterskiing, except both feet are strapped onto a wakeboard rather than two separate water skis.

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  15. Imagine my surprise too (Jacob) to never have heard of the Cooks river, I ALSO used to live in Tempe! Regardless, the wakeboarding looks like a lot of fun!

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  16. I think this is a wonderful picture. What a great way to spend a summer day.

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  17. Or a winter day in Sydney. We're in the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere.

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  18. That's a fine spot to hang outI have relatives in Sydney but your blog has really shown me SYDNEY.Thanks too for your visit.

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