One of the interesting features of Sydney Harbour is that much of cuts through rock, creating intricate rock formations and cliffs. I find myself drawn to the rocky shore whenever I kayak our harbour, as the waves rushing amongst the rocks create a dynamic and exciting area to play in.
Playing amongst the rocks has taken a toll on my paddles of course, with split ends and lost end caps becoming a regular occurance. My plastic boat is scratched and in general it’s a rough place to paddle. But I just can’t help myself, I’m drawn to the ancient rock like a fat man to doughnuts.
So here are a few photos of the rocky shores of Sydney Harbour.
So there you have it. And after the paddle session, like so many times before, I needed a cold beer to quench my thirst. I found this little number at the local, and couldn’t resist. Cheers! – FP
That rock is cool. It looks like the sandstone in our Apostle Islands. I really like the patterns on the last photo. The rock looks like an old petrified tree.