Seasick…

15 November 2016

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Dee Why Point

There is so much going on at the moment…. We had the Super Moon last night with a really nice sunset.  A howling southerly yesterday and some lumpy bumpy 3-4 foot waves this morning.  It just had that seasick feeling to it after last night’s wind.  Dee Why Point had a few bigger ones and I heard that South Narrabeen also had some nice, albeit “Southy” shutdowns.   Last night the Super Moon peeped through the clouds for a short period and social media has gone wild with all sorts of blended images.  I’m sure you have seen them.  Waves look like dropping into tomorrow but you still may get a few today with the early south wester wind just about to turn more from the south.  Have a great Tuesday.

 (Michael Kellerman)

Last night’s sunset at Long Reef (Mrs SPoY)

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Scott behind the froth

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Koko

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Dee Why centre

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Long Bombie (Mrs SPoY)

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Nice light on The Point

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Another one goes by (Mrs SPoY)

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Clean insider

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Last night’s super moon

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About to slip under

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Dark and milk chocolate (Mrs SPoY)

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Fang

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CIS

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Clean

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Shut down

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Bottom Turn

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Sandwich