A short drive around the Corner (4)

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Subject: A short drive around the Corner (4)
From: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2019 02:29:30 +0000

Next, Sunday afternoon and the compulsory call at Green Cape.  This site was visited by a COG group just a few weeks ago.  For anyone who has not been there I offer this evocative snap.  This is largely a genuine photo, with care taken to include the shearwaters with the wondering albatross (a young Black-browed, I think (?)).  However I have added in the nearby raft of fur seals which is a long-standing item of interest, floating just off the rocks there.  I have a couple more points to make about what can be seen down there at the moment.  (Not the whales though. I am immunized against the whales distraction by previous encounters. Photographing whales is like photographing kangaroos in Canberra. )


A flock of seagulls are swimming in the water

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