For the people of the Northern Beaches in Sydney, the ocean is their religion and the morning sun is the cathedral that they come to bathe in.
Every morning regardless of the weather they turn up to swim and socialize. Sydney's unique sea pools were built in the 1930's because of the fear of shark attacks.
Their unique surroundings and integration with nature provide a stunning backdrop to some of the most magnificent beaches in the world.
For further details check out dslrnewsshooter.com/2011/11/25/saltwater-a-short-doc-film-on-shot-on-the-sony-f3/
Special thanks to Steve "Clemo" Clements, his son Koby and the people of the Northern Beaches.
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