Saturday was a sunny winter day so we went for a drive and a stroll on the east coast.
The steps and decking from the car park to this lookout at Marion Bay, were new since our last visit. Then it was a windy day and kite surfers were taking advantage of the air currents and waves. Now the beach was desserted.
Although this weekend was calm, there was evidence of recent storms.
The sand dunes have been eroded by the ocean and the gales.
Branches and shells continue to be covered by wind blow sand.
Even amongst the natural debris, someone had created a piece of art.
The waves were relatively small but still made a good sound as they crashed to the shore.
Now that I spend my weekdays in an office, weekend walks out in the natural world are essential and refreshing.