Paddlers in the Mist

31 OCT 2013: It was a beautiful misty start on Lake Burley Griffin this morning. I was enjoying the peace and calm waiting for the sun to rise and out of the  rising mist on the Molonglo River shot the Ice Dragon Outrigger Canon Club, they  looked fantastic. I drifted my kayak into the East Basin enjoying the sunrise to discover  plenty of activity with the outriggers, surf boats, sculls and kayakers all  going through their morning paces. All this activity made for an enjoyable Thursday morning float.

5.36am: I looking forward to this morning.

5.36am: I looking forward to this morning.



5.47am: The pink tones to the West are back again....love it!

5.47am: The pink tones to the West are back again….love it!

Swans in the mist

Swans in the mist

Misty Molonglo River

Misty Molonglo River

Here comes the Ice Dragons Outriggers from out of the mist.

Here comes the Ice Dragons Outriggers from out of the mist.

They looked hot out there this morning.

They looked hot out there this morning.

The Ice Dragons Outriggers slicing through the morning mist.

The Ice Dragons Outriggers slicing through the morning mist.

I just love to swan around and enjoy a good sunrise.

I just love to swan around and enjoy a good sunrise.

Silhouette Surfboats

Silhouette Surfboats

Sheer power and determination.

Sheer power and determination.

We had it all out there this morning.

We had it all out there this morning.

There is not better way to start the day.

There is no better way to start the day.

Its going to be a cracker of day here in Canberra. I hope that you have a great day.

Its going to be a cracker of day here in Canberra. I hope that you have a great day.

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