In almost three weeks in Manly, NSW, Australia, I never figured out how the three fisherman on the rocks in this photo got down to that point with all their gear, until my last sunrise there. I had assumed they walked from Shelley Beach at low tide, but I was wrong. A group of spear fisherman jumped a fence not far from this spot and perilously climbed down a storm drain to the rocks, spears in hand. I gave serious thought to trying the same with my camera gear, but thought better of it. I was certain the natives had skills and knowledge of this path that I didn’t possess. So I didn’t. Some day I will. It gives me one more thing to look forward to for my next trip to this beautiful place.
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