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


Entering the Casuarina Coastal Reserve


The final bridge on my commute

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