Following yet another day of temperatures hovering around 40C with high humidity,
I sought refuge at Semaphore beach with a friend.
On the 20-minute drive there, we almost pulled over to the side of the road
because the rainstorm we'd come into was so fierce the windscreen wipers were
going at full pace. However, we persevered and, by the time we'd arrived at
Semaphore, the rain had passed.
So here are some scenes from that spell of welcome relief from the oppressive heat . . . .
I was surprised to see this Pelican on a suburban beach - they are usually more often found around the inland rivers
There were a surprising number of crabs along the shoreline too - such as this Blue Swimmer
Wherever you are around the globe, I pray you are experiencing peace, laughter, love and appreciation of your extraordinary surroundings.
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