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Swell

Swell

Swell

Pictures of waves invariably disappoint but I just couldn’t resist trying.

I spent a few moments yesterday staring at the waves coming from who knows where and headed to anybody’s guess. It is mesmerizing to have them paraded in front of you for as long as long as you care to look and for as far as the eye can see. The forecasted size was 3-4m and we had every bit of that and more.

They are often compared to marching soldiers but I find that comparison lacking to say the least. There is a very practiced uniformity to almost anything that a soldier does and marching is right at the top of the list. There is nothing at all uniform about the swell and therein, at least for me, I are the foundations for my fascination. Each one unique. An infinitely variable seascape that changes with every blink. How could you possibly be bored?

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4 Comments
  • BT
    Posted at 10:41h, 02 July Reply

    Bert, you are amazing! Following you progress and posts with great admiration for you courage and wishing / willing you success. You are on the downhill run now. All the best from an Aussie follower BT ( 2 degrees of separation from your Uncle Joe).

  • Sandi Lyon
    Posted at 03:20h, 06 July Reply

    That looks about right. When it’s hot out in the ocean, its foggy and wet on the Wet Coast. That means you’re on the right track, heading the right direction. Finally. Woohoo.

  • Anita Kuntz
    Posted at 00:10h, 08 July Reply

    Following you journey and am truly amazed.

  • Suzan Persons
    Posted at 15:43h, 09 July Reply

    What an amazing journey!!

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