Scenes from My Commute

It has been a few months since I posted anything but there have been some big changes. I submitted my thesis in June, took a quick trip home to see family and now Jeff and I are living in Darwin, Australia. I am working as a researcher at a local university. I had planned on posting more about my project but I have received conflicting information on the University’s social media policy. I have decided to stay away from discussions about my research. Instead, I thought it would be fun to post a few pictures of my commute to work, which I am convinced is the World’s Best Commute! I live in a suburb of Darwin called Nightcliff and it is adjacent to the ocean. There is a great cycleway that traverses from the Darwin CBD through Nightcliff up to the University. I don’t have to cross a single road on my commute and I get views of the Timor Sea, Rapid Creek and the Casuarina Coastal Reserve.

Views of the Timor Sea along the bike path on the Nightcliff foreshore

Rapid Creek bridge

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Entering the Casuarina Coastal Reserve

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The final bridge on my commute

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