Four years ago a storm pushed the Pasha Bulker onto Nobbys Beach. It was a bright cold day in June, and we were completely distracted with our pink, wriggling three week old baby girl.
Having just moved house in February, the garden was a tangle of weeds with the storm flattening all but the thickest saplings, and trees.
A total contrast to today - brisk, breezy and blindingly sunny - with the clouds blown out of the sky.
|See the sparks flying...|
Here's some images from south Bar Beach, could see a whale spraying out the back but couldn't get it on the lens I had with me. Nothing better than when it's offshore.
In 2007 I was stuck at work overnight, I remember the roads were impassable and cars were piled on top of each other from the force of the water.
|What is This plant?|