Friday, January 22, 2010

Underwater waterfall



Crossing the Rip

I wonder what is the unconscious motivator for the things that we end up doing. How is it that I start out studying how to paint (or think) and end up working in the marine world? I will answer this conundrum when I have had a little bit more sleep. Till then I will leave you with a pic from midway through the Two Bays program and write up a bit more soon,

8 comments:

scout said...

ha..ya, how many of us ever end up doing what we set out to do :D. good luck with this new project!!!

austin said...

Heya Scoutie,
Thanks for the wishes. It has been a great project. Almost too great as we are now exhausted after a few weeks at sea work. We are out sailing today with people from the Asylum Seekers network and Bilingual guides from Parks. A very happy and friendly bunch. I invited Boonwurrung Elder Aunty Faye too. So New and Old Australians on board for Australia Day or Invasion Day! Big greetings to you and hope they house you properly soon in a place where you are not at risk at getting your puter swiped.

joben said...

that pic is mighty cool. midway, like "the battle of midway" in WW2? as in, like, japan?

filipe said...

Great blog!!

Sydney Harbour Cruise said...

nice pics .i like it

austin said...

Hello joben, Yeah I like this pic too. It is a real midway point and not only is there a waterfall under there but heaps of shipwrecks. Though not from Japanese submarines sneaking in during WW2 (that did happen in Sydney Harbour) but because it is a treacherous piece of water. Thanks for the visit.

Greetings filipe, I had better get my act together and actually do some posting. Blogging has become a bit of an endangered activity. Nice to meet you!

And thanks for the complement Sydney Harbour Cruises!

Sydney Harbour Cruise said...

like the scene

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