Bronte, gravestones and dogs

I said last week that I wanted to go further north, but I didn’t end up going back to Maroubra. I ended up going to Bronte. From the clifftops, you get this pretty view over Bronte beach and the headlands at Bondi.


And then I came across this! Waverley cemetery. I suppose I should have known that it was there, but I forgot.


This is a picture I took while it was still dark. I goofed up, and moved the camera while the shutter was still open, and got this eerie ghostly effect. Awesome!


Sad dogs waiting for their owners at Bronte beach. Take note of the sign on the fence.


Patty writes hard Science Fiction, space opera and fantasy. Her latest book is Trader’s Honour, in the space opera series The Return of the Aghyrians. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with new releases, remember to sign up for Patty’s new release newsletter.

4 comments on “Bronte, gravestones and dogs

    • This is serious inner-city beach territory, and as far as I know all of the eastern suburbs beaches are no-dog beaches (too much shit). There were at least twenty other dogs there, tied to conveniently-placed fences. The owners were in the rock pool, I think.

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