What a great picture.
with the lone ship in the heads.. nice shot.
A very striking photo, Jim. I like the contrast between the dark gray, jagged rocks and the deep blue sea.
Is that the one on Cooks River beside the airport. used to get a lot of fishermen down there.
Ann, the ones at Kyeemagh are a bit different. These ones are further south running from Brighton-Le-Sands to Sans Souci. They often attract a lot of fishermen too.
nice shot ! thanks for the WW visit :)
I always love your blue skies! Terrific composition with the rocks and blue, blue sea! Hope your week is going well, Jim!Sylvia
I especially like the rocks - the big, chunky angular ones contrasting with the tiny oyster shells. Interesting composition too.
Wow this is beautiful. Certainly this could be seen by sailors.WW
Careful on those rocks...
Great colour to the water here, Jim
Beautiful shot, love the composition.Have a great day.
Don't hear that word much, groyne! I always picture Cook when I see Botany Bay.
Very nice picture!
Would that be what they call a 'groyne' Jim, we have several along the coast too. Nice perspective on this one.
Peter and Grace, I wasn't that familiar with term rock groyne until I was looking for some info on these sea walls which have been at this beach for a while.
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