We tend to venture to Albany in winter, always buoyed and refreshed by time spent near the rocky coastline when the ocean is at its wildest. The air is strong, fresh, cold, invigorating. This is the sheltered bay of Middleton Beach with sweeping views out to Michelmas Island, the last piece of land before Antarctica. We were walking along the beach, wading in the cold water, trying to ease the aches in our legs left from the previous day. We’d climbed Bluff Knoll, the 3606ft peak in the Stirling Ranges. Today was a glorious day for a rest.
This week’s challenge is to share a photo that means ‘near and far’.