The sky cleared quite a lot with some large patches of blue, though there was lingering cloud in the East
Southerly winds were still pushing solid waves towards the South Coast though. From the Moa Point area, the view across the harbour entrance presented a nice moodiness, with the hills behind Pencarrow in deep shadow, contrasting with the white foam as the swells crashed on Barrett Reef.
A little closer in at the Western end of Lyall Bay, there is a large rock that was putting on a good display as waves cascaded over it.
Around beyond Island Bay, there were a pair of kite-surfers racing up and down, and in the background was our old friend the Straitsman which obviously survived the big swells f a few days back.
Speaking of Island Bay, the fishing fleet seemed to be mostly moored sensibly in the lee of the Island. The boats were bouncing vigorously nonetheless.
Another day done.