Never leave the camera behind

Mar 2019, Broulee, NSW

I take an early morning walk on the beach without the camera as it is an overcast and bland morning. To my surprise the seagulls are catching tiny fish, hell I thought that they lived on hot chips. I stumble upon a fish flopping about in a too small rock pool, I can only hope that the incoming tide will save him as he has a dangerous looking dorsal spine. There are dead crabs, dead fish even a dead thong. I knew I should have brought the camera.

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Wot? No chips!
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Hoping for the incoming tide
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A curiously attractive fish
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This dead thong also has attractive markings
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