I ventured up Rosetta Head one cloudy morning recently --the 3rd of August. I decided not to carry my film cameras from the Petrel Cove carpark as I did not know what an out of focus pre-sunrise grey seascape would look like photographically.
This is the first experiment. I was looking east over Encounter Bay towards Goolwa and the Coorong whilst I was making my way to the top of Rosetta Head:
Kayla had gone ahead to join Maleko and Suzanne, who was doing her exercises.
It was a mild morning, with no wind. I wasn't wearing coat for the first time this winter. These were very unusual conditions for this time on the year on Rosetta Head, which is usually buffeted by the coastal winds.
I made my way to the top of Rosetta Head and looked south across the southern ocean:
Suzanne had gone down to the western side of Rosetta Head to the south/west point to meditate. Kayla and I wandered down to join them.
Suzanne and Maleko then left to return home. Kayla and I tarried a while.