Colorful Waves Around Old Pier
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Photograph captured at Narrabeen-Collaroy beach in Sydney's north on 29th September 2013. An old cement structure or pier, perhaps an old sewerage outlet now not used, protrudes out into the water in the middle of this very long beach. With its rustic red color and textures with seaweed on top... and chains on the top and sides, this structure has become a bit of a landmark and blends quite well into the natural scene of the beach. The continuous pounding of waves from the Pacific Ocean makes a rather spectacular feature.
[Information from 'Beachsafe website]
Narrabeen-Collaroy beach is Sydney's second longest beach. The 3.6 km long beach curves in a gentle east-facing arc between 20 m high Narrabeen Head in the north to rocks and low cliff at Collaroy Point, with beachfront houses and apartments backing much of the beach. The northern Narrabeen end was named after the daughter of the aboriginal chief at the time of early white settlement in the 1840s, while the southern Collaroy end was named after the paddle-wheel steamer �Collaroy� wrecked on the beach in 1884. Collaroy Beach was a weekenders and campers haven in the early part of the century.
July 6th, 2014
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