A thick smoke screen has smothered Sydney again this morning. I can’t imagine what it would be like up North where you’re actually IN the fires. This smoke is coming from a fire in the Hawkesbury region.
Shark alarms were echoing in the bay at Bondi around 6:20am. Two dudes said they saw a 2-metre Great White Shark swimming in the lineup at South Bondi. The lifeguards had the ski going and pulling people out of the water that resisted the alarm warning – that’s new!
I was delighted to see some decent rideable south swells. It looked slow, fat, but surfable. There’s a bigger NE swell arriving tonight, tomorrow should be fun. The smoke will be here until Friday when a Southerly will give us some reprieve.
The Sunglass Hut Explorer #FaceTheSun
I’ve always been a lone wolf on my morning shoots and sunset is usually with the tin lids in tow, but next week I’m inviting you to join me. I’m running two sessions, sunrise and sunset shoots – all in your favourite pair of Sunglass Hut sunnies’.
I’ll share some tips and tricks and then show ya around the gallery after and have a bite to eat. Thursday 28th November, 6.15am-9.00am or 6.30pm-9.30pm (Sunrise and 2nd Sunset session). Cost: $20 Register here