Finally I stayed at the waterfront walk on the esplanade for the sunset. The sun sets over the water here and you can walk along the esplanade viewing the sunset Calculations of sunrise and sunset in Cooktown – Queensland – Australia for June 2023. Generic astronomy calculator to calculate times for sunrise, sunset… https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/@2170658
There is a magic in a sunrise and a sunset. The sky changes in color and creates an experience that absorbs the watcher, Behind this field of green the sun sets almost apologetically for staining the sky. When insect wings are glistening in the beamOf the low sun, and mountain-tops are bright,Oh, let me, byContinue reading “Sunrise 11 March”
Finally the rain stopped and I was able to walk up Jensens Crossing road in Cooktown to see a sunset over Mount Cook.
September has been hot days with clear blue skies and no cloud. Sunsets have been red skies and clear skies, so tonight when there appeared to be some clouds in the sky I watched for the sunset. It was beautiful as usual but not as dramatic as I was wanting to see. I walked downContinue reading “September Sunset at Fairview”
Finally some clouds and a colorful sunset at Fairview.
There are beautiful sunrises and sunsets here and viewing is from the back of the home area where there is the staff living quarters and a holding paddock and dam. The home property is shaded with many different trees. Another beautiful day has begun.
I see the moonrise is at 4.32, and I rush down to Corroboree Park to see the moonrise. The sunset is beginning too, and the clouds hide the moon. Then I see the sunset on the other side of the Island…and I run to try and get some of the sunset too. I run throughContinue reading “Moonrise at Corroboree Park”
It was a dull cold morning with a sharp freezing wind that cut through my body as I walked along the beach beside the water. The sky was grey. I gave up and walked up to the surf Club where a small coffee stand was serving hot coffee and breakfast snacks and walked back toContinue reading “Sunrise and Sunset Kingscliff”
Coastal sites in northern NSW date to within the Holocene period. The earliest of these is a shell midden at the base of East Banora Point on the lower Tweed River where an occupation phase was dated between 4,700 BP and 4,200 BP (Appleton 1993:34). Faunal material showed a predominance of oyster, cockle and whelkContinue reading “Rocks and Headland Hastings Point”