Pelicans and fishing

At 8.45am every morning, trusty volunteers feed the numerous pelicans that live at Kalbarri, close to where the river mouth meets the sea in a treacherous reef-sliced, swirling mass of waves and muddy river water. It’s a beautiful place to just stand around and watch for hours on end, but this weekend we were occupied with other important things such as fishing and pelican observation. Scott bought a surf rod and was determined to teach himself how to cast it out into the waves. He caught a few this weekend, but mostly DSC_0063 (2)learned a lot, and spoke to some fisherman who had some more experience. It was fun to watch him cast out, it went a LONG way!DSC_0172  DSC_0175 DSC_0178 DSC_0186 DSC_0191 DSC_0202 DSC_0213 DSC_0216 DSC_0220 DSC_0048 (2) DSC_0050 (2) DSC_0068 (2) DSC_0232 DSC_0235 DSC_0238


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