Mark Richards and me with my photos at Surf Art exhibition for Surfest around 2008
From DPI Fisheries – Regarding Drones detect sharks at Redhead Dec/Jan 2016-2017
Thanks for the comments on your shark encounter. We at Hover UAV were the drone operators conducting the shark surveillance. We spoke about your need for a siren on the drone for immediate alerting to water users at the time of your encounter. Since we have developed such a siren that will immediately alert water users of a hazardous shark.
You may also be interested in this video that shows your second encounter with a Bull shark shortly after the first.
Drones detect sharks at Redhead UTUBE:
The drone trial alerted me and others in the surf when sharks were about. I hope drone use is implemented into beach patrols as often and in as many places as possible – Crow
Storm coming 22-03-17. I looked out the front door and noticed Mother Nature wasn’t happy.
Red Sky in the morning – Shepherd’s warning – followed up by 10 days of bad weather. Redhead beach 13-03-17
Redhead Beach unknown surfer 4/6/2011. I took this one 6 years ago but I cropped the original photo to show up the surfer better, in an awesome pit.
Redhead Beach 7th March 2017. A wild storm overnight heaved up the “pog” lying on the bottom of the ocean and whipped up a wild batch of horrible brown foam and dumped it on the beach. As Frank sang it … don’t you eat the yellow snow cause that’s were the husky’s go.
Hopefuly the last of the too hot weather days this season. The sun coming up hot Redhead Beach 16th February 2017.