For every time there is a season

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Living on the east coast of Australia it is not easy to find a place on land where the sunset can be viewed in the west descending over the sea and mountains of the Great Dividing Range. From within Booderee National Park at Summercloud Bay, near the small indigenous community of Wreck Bay, where the waters are pristine, dolphins and seals swim, and crabs crawl around the rocks, during summer months the setting sun can be seen across the water. Moreover, from this location and angle, during this season the sun seems to set directly behind Pigeon House Mountain, or Didthol as it is known in the local language of the land’s first peoples.

Around the summer solstice and during its season, when viewed from Summercloud Bay, the sun travels no further south than when it is seen setting behind Pigeon House Mountain. (Last year I posted photos http://52rolls.net/2013/10/14/mountain-zen-or-patience-is-its-own-reward/ taken…

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