As the Yellow Island Steward, Matt Axling generally works till the sun decreases– ending the day on the west spit enjoying the sundown, which has a complete, extensive view of the western horizon. It is here where Matt took this fall picture.
” It is so enjoyable to enjoy the sun move south this time of year.”, states Matt. ” Everything on the island feels various … the shadows land in various locations, the sun is lower in the sky, which brings welcome heat through the cabin windows. Winter season birds appear on the west spit rocks changing those that have actually gone south. On bright days, when the cold winds blow over the island from the north, the south side of the island has warm locations to work.”