Tag: Look both ways

Look both ways V

A massive storm engulfs Glenelg transmogrifying the bay. Wave upon wave of rain-laden clouds roll in like an aerial tide over the Gulf. You can smell the ocean in the rain. You can see the rain. It’s rain for all five senses. Turn around and it’s all blue skies and pond-like ocean south towards the

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Look both ways IV (double)

It was such a unique and beautiful evening before the sunset, the sky dark and ominous, the ocean flat and glassy, the air giving both a clarity to glimpse distant shores and a dusky grey ambiguous horizon, behind, the hills bathed in gold. It seemed to deserve a double Look Both Ways- jetty to bay,

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Look both ways III

One way is historic Glenelg Town Hall, the Hindmarsh Monument, bustling Jetty Road, looking towards the Adelaide Hills. The other way, the serene (today) Gulf St Vincent and the remote Yorke Peninsula. Look both ways Look both ways II