I live in a small beachside town which has fantastic weather all year round. The local park also includes these exercise machines available to everyone. Not that I use them often.
This is the path leading down to my local beach. So windy today that much of the sand has blown away.
Went for a drive to Clifton Beach this afternoon. Lots of popular beaches have lifeguards on duty if the beach has rips, currents or big surf. But it was only about 17 degrees Celsius so very few people out swimming.
Wherever you go in Tasmania, you will hit water within a couple of hours. Here some fishermen are enjoying the pleasures of being on the Derwent River, Hobart.
Walked on Bellerive beach and this was the view to Hobart and Wrest Point Casino on far left (tall white building).
Must have been strong waves and tide to bring this type of kelp onto the beach! This is usually anchored deep in the sea not near our shallow bay.
The aboriginal people of Tasmania often ate from the rocky shores near the beaches. Did they eat this type of sea lettuce?
Headed in a different direction for my walk today, and ended up looking out at Frederick Henry Bay across this rocky outcrop including mussels and sea lettuce.