As you know, I love sunrises. This clearly not at my place. Actually, I don’t have a ‘place’ right now. For the next month I am homeless! The Woman is on the move, national park hopping to re-connect with nature, before I have to live in a house… in a town (!) … but with no neighbours except a wooded wetlands reserve, so my treetops will house lots of birds to share with you.
This sunrise is at Crowdy Bay National Park. Wild winds and whipped seas accompanied my first morning but it was worth braving the 6am weather for this golden welcome back to nature.
By contrast, the tea-brown creek outlet on the walk back to camp was calm.
And at my camp, the much-missed wildlife awaited me, with an Eastern Grey Kangaroo grazing close by.
To top it off, next an Eastern Red-necked Wallaby with pouched joey levered her way across the soft grass.