Posts tagged Australia

Feb 14



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Mar 11

Still Life: Green Turtle Skull

Lacepede Island, Western Australia, Australia 16º51’85″S 122º10’50″E

Oct 10



May 10

Pink Star: Jessica Watson

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 33º49’26″S 151º18’73″E

Jessica Watson, crosses the finish line of her unassisted solo voyage around the world in her yacht Ella’s Pink Lady S&S (Sparkman and Stephens) 34 at Sydney Harbour.
One 16 year-old girl, weighing about 100 pounds, just sailed a heavy 34′ cruiser around the Southern Ocean – alone – without stopping. She stood up to rogue waves as she stood up to critics, taking the shot, rolling back upright, and continuing on her way. Her pictures and notes were always cheerful and bright, and she seems incapable of a frown, and her accomplishment blows away those 99% of the population.

Mar 10

Surf Boat

Manly, New South Wales, Australia 33º47’80″S 151º17’41″E

A surfboat is an oar-driven boat designed to enter the ocean from the beach in heavy surf or severe waves. It is often used in life saving or rescue missions where the most expedient access to victims is directly from the beach. 

Mar 10

Paddle Board

New South Wales, Australia 33º47’63″S 151º17’86″E

Paddle Board training at Manly Beach.

Feb 10



Jan 10

18 foot skiff – Gotta Love It 7

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 33º52’27″S 151º14’76″E

The 18 feet skiff Australian Champion 2010 Gotta Love It 7 sailed by Seve Javin, Sam Newton and Tom Clout and trained by Andrew Palfrey. The 18ft Skiff is considered the fastest class of sailing skiffs. The class has a long history beginning with races on Sydney Harbour, Australia in 1892. It is the fastest conventional non-foiling monohull on the yardstick rating.

Jan 10

CST Composites International 14 World Championship

Manly, New South Wales, Australia 33º48’45″S 151º16’00″E

CST Composites International 14 World Championship take place from the 28th December 2009 to 11th Jan 2010. 110 boats participating in this event, hosted by the Manly 16 Foot Skiff Club in Sydney Australia.With over 100 teams from 10 nations.The International 14 is 14-foot double-handed racing dinghy. The class originated in England in the early part of the 20th century. It is sailed and raced in many countries around the world and was one of the very first true international racing dinghy classes.

Jan 10


Manly, New South Wales, Australia 33º48’13″S 151º17’93″E