Head down to any beach most days and you will find cameras everywhere. Cameras on surfboards, cameras in the air, cameras on phones, cameras in the water. Going for a surf today can be like a red carpet experience with cameras coming at you from all angles.
I’m currently living in 1998.
We are on a roll up here in the delightful surrounds of the Goldfields with some lovely days of warm sunshine still delighting the locals and tourists as summer bids us farewell.
Here’s some great news for anyone brave enough to take the punt.
Bells Beach is one of the most well-known surf spots on the planet. Just over 20 minutes from Geelong and seven odd minutes from Torquay, Bells has captured the imagination of surfers around the world for over 50 years.
I love chocolate. I just LOVE that dark sea salty caramel liquid gold. I’m Armstrong Creek’s Homer Simpson drooling over a donut.