Friday, November 15, 2019

Cockling at Canunda

November 1st saw the opening of the cockle season in South Australia. As usual we were off to dig and twist in the sands of Geltwood beach in the Canunda National Park for oiur shellfish prize. It has become somewhat of a tradition. 

The drive to the beach is absolutely amazing with the sweeping dunes and spring wildflowers out in bloom. A four wheel drive is a must and it is quite an adventure for adults and kids alike. 

I was excited to see the white flowers of the native muntries out, they are one of my most favourite native flowers.

The ocean here is so powerful, I always feel like I leave something here when I go. I do believe with every pounding of the waves a care is swept from the depths of my mind.  It never lets me leave without taking some of my worries.


















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6 comments:

  1. With all the photos we've been seeing of the fires and devastation, these are a glorious breath of fresh air! So lovely to see.

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  2. I haven't been cockling since I was a kid! What fun :)

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  3. Love this and you getting out there with your camera. That piece about leaving something of yourself and troubles when you go to the ocean. THAT resonated. Thank you!

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  4. I love that this place and the ocean can take away your worries. What a beautiful testament to the power of water! Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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  5. So very beautiful. Love your pics. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you are having a wonderful weekend.

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