Dank

d a n k
adjective,dank·er,dank·est.
unpleasantly moist or humid; damp and, often, chilly:
a dank cellar.

Well, Sydney is having one helluva wet freedom week. It’s been raining for days. Probably best stay indoors for a while longer, nah, not in the concrete bunkers again. Wait for the storm to pass.

The wind has kicked around from the dead east to a bit more nor-east. That means waves can be cleaner at Bondi, a little. I saw surf in the knee to waist high range at 7 am (from the sanctuary of my car in the parking lot as it bucketed). 

I’m not a big fan of shooting in the rain with no light. It’s quite miserable. Not unless it’s a tropical downpour, this constant drizzle gives me the !@#!$$.

Regional travel hasn’t opened up yet for Sydneysiders. I don’t think it’s too far away. Here are some archival images to inspire you of your next roadie…

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The rolling lefts

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Shaggy

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Pool goals

Mirror Mirror

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Leggie

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Helen's Sunset

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Slipping under - Lili Coffin

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Cooooeeee

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Little lefts in the bay

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Bar prep

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Southern Corners

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