Hoping to capture another purple sunrise I got up at 5am and hit the water by 6am. The great thing about this time of the day is that there is no-one there to see you fall out of your kayak as you try to get in. No-one to see you embarrassingly dunk yourself in murky waters in the dark. Not that that would happen to me of course. 😉
Unfortunately the cloud cover was too solid for a burning sunrise, and I had to make to with amusing myself in other ways. Like taking photos INSIDE my kayak.
I did get to put in a fair bit of distance however and broke up the paddle at the halfway mark with a stop on a low-tide beach to relax, heed the call of nature and just to simply cast loving gazes over my Boréal Nanook kayak.
All up a lovely relaxing 14.5km through the meandering Berowra Waters. Bewdy!