OK - yet another day on the water that seems worth sharing ...
Today the tribe was up early, paddling through ribbons of phosphorescence from as early as 4.50am and from various launching points before picking out each other's blinking night-lights and then travelling as a pod of four on a course for Barrenjoey and Pittwater.
It was a great feeling being offshore in such calm sea conditions and under a starry pre-dawn sky. A light westerly filled the bellies of our sails and made for easy paddling along a wide curving arc from North Head up to Avalon.
Somewhere east of Narrabeen.
Reverse paddling into a sea cave at Avalon Headland.
Tony jumps in to find dinner.
Rounding Barrenjoey a sun-baking seal barely raises a long eyelash at our arrival.
Another great day on the water with our kayaks ...
... as Tony's wife would agree.