CRONULLA

Surfing at Cronulla

Surfing at Cronulla

With the tide rising to a high about 9 am the waves were full this morning with light offshore westerly winds keeping the surface conditions smooth. There was plenty of sun at North Cronulla and the 4 foot waves were looking good.

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3 thoughts on “CRONULLA

  1. Hi Sean, actually looks more like the crack of dawn. I so would not be out there on the water. brrrrr.
    Cheryl

      • Hello Sean I’m a distant cousin related through Elizabeth and George Ablett. I was wondering if when you were at Grudgery Private cemetery did you photograph any of the other headstones. I just got back from Bedgergong and did not go to Grudgery. I didn’t even cross my mind. Hoping to hear from you soon Russell.

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