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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Craigmore Rocks - The Wedge


Craigmore Rocks is a rock platform that stretches from Main to Convent Beach, Yamba. I presume it takes it's name from the legendary Craigmore Guest House that was demolished in the late 1960's.


It's a great spot for fishing, walking, snorkeling and body boarding. The body boarders love 'the Wedge', an underwater rock platform where the swell rises very quickly. The highlight of this spot is that sometimes the waves refract and 'collide' giving the surfers an opportunity of performing aerial stunts.



12 comments:

  1. Cool shots of the body surfers. And I love the last shot with the beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing your world!

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  2. Beautiful place!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  3. Great pics Mark with the splash of colour in the fore-ground. I can imagine it would be perfect for fishing.

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  4. Thank you for this summer-like escape. Please have a good Tuesday.

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  5. Wow fantastic photography of a wonderful place ~

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  6. Great captures of the beach as well as the boogie boarding! Makes me long for summer:)

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  7. It looks a really fun place. I like your composition of the irises(I think) in the foreground.

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  8. I like the splashes, and the splashes of colours too!

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  9. I love the color in that last pic!

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