Sunday, February 25, 2018

Standing Tall On The Cliff

Our Sunday drive took us down the road to our favourite spot, Point Lonsdale Lighthouse. 
Many Sunday's we spent on the cliff at the lighthouse, waving to John as the dive club boat, headed out through the rip for diving on the sunken submarines. 


Down the beach is a J Class submarine, one his favourite dive sites.

 Emma and I would explore the beach and rock pools until their return back to the marina.




 The Pt Lonsdale pier.
 This will hold special memories for me as it was always such a peaceful place.
 After lunch we sat for a couple of hours at Queenscliffe watching the ships exiting/entering the bay.
 The Pilot boat returns from doing it's duty escorting the ships.
Called into The Mill at Geelong to pick up some pianola rolls for my SM concertina books.

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful day for the beach - when no-one is there! I hate beaches in summer, and love them in winter when they are deserted.

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  2. Lots of gorgeous photos capturing the peaceful atmosphere. Love the gull with attitude.

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  3. Thanks for the Sunday drive. Some great pictures of the beach and rock pools.

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  4. Sounds like a very relaxing day.

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  5. Love this spot. Our daughter was married on the beach there by the pier many years ago. My brother had the guest house there for quite a few years. The big blue and white building.

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