Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Very High Tide 2

These are the photos I took of the very high tide around at Mullens. I had hoped to go back and get some photos of the same places when the tide was out - but -  the temperatures this week are too high to make it comfortable to wander around during the day time. 39 Centigrade  is over 100 Fahrenheit - just too hot for me!This extreme heat is predicted to last for another week but after that I shall go down to Mullens again and take some nice sandy photos to show what it is usually like.
This is the boat ramp where the bigger boats are launched,
This is the area immediately down from the car park.
Looking south across the creek where the boats go out onto the bay,
The same area but looking up towards the bank where cars usually park to be close to the water but not right in it!  All the leaves under the trees get picked up on a high tide like this.
With the tide this high more of the mangroves close to the sea are right in the water and with no wind look very beautiful.

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6 comments:

  1. We hit eight degrees today. Could do with some of your sunshine mick.

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  2. Lovely captures of the waters at high tide ~ stay cool ~

    Happy Week to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. Your images could all have been taken up the road from our house here in central Florida, Mick! Lovely mangrove area. That's some high tide you've highlighted in your last two posts!

    Sounds like summer is giving you a tough time. Try to keep cool!

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  4. Seems to be a lot of water around. Better wait a while till the heat goes down :)

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