The meeting of ocean and rock: West Cape Howe

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This – at the end of a car-boggingly sandy 4WD track, is a place to be alive, strip away all else, and move upwards from crashing waves across beautifully frictional rock

We’ve not been here since before our Americas Trip, and our return has been long overdue.

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These photos from Rachel, who kept Bryn company at the top while Sarah had her turn, and show the other side of the story.  The rope coming down past me – the Abseil line – our way down-in.  The bicycle helmet – the closest to hand – not ‘officially’ condoned.

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20140106-882080_10151920194615963_1090704582_oBeing back on the rock, with that honing of concentration/relaxation – so, so good after too long :-)

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4 comments

    • It’s a very special place – next time I get back there I’m hoping to camp overnight and have more time with the camera rather than a few snatched images. Thankyou for your comment.

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