When you climb the very narrow and steep 354 steps to get inside the head of the Statue of Liberty in New York City to snap a picture through the crown, this is what you can see. Inside the head it is very cramped with a heavy smell of body odour. For most people it’s a matter of being able to say, I’ve been there, done that. But it is rather exciting.
A water jumper I snapped early morning on the fabulous Gold Coast. What a way to go. What fun. Queensland, Australia.
See the sea spray, you little beauty. Snapped this picture into the early morning sun at Main Beach on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
Lucky for me I can see the sunrise most mornings on the fabulous Gold Coast. At times I even see a couple of birdies fly by. Queensland, Australia.
I had a chuckle today when I saw at least eight police sand-buggies and a larger number of police during a learn-to-drive practice session at the Gold Coast Spit. They were dodging markers, chucking wheelies, driving backward and forward and generally having a hell of a lot of fun. They were in training for the 2018 Commonwealth Games to be held on the fabulous Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
This young lady I snapped on the Gold Coast demonstrates an unique style of snapping pictures on the beach without turning to face the subject. Very clever indeed. I might give it a go. Hey, ho. Queensland, Australia.
Just for a bit of fun I pointed my 600mm lens at the early morning bright (but dullish) light on the Gold Coast and I scanned the horizon in the hope something may happen. I was pleased as punch when three pelicans swan past in formation. Hooray, for me. Queensland, Australia.
This really should be called Dapple Street. It’s wonderful how the sunlight slices through the leaves and branches of the trees. It’s a picture I snapped in Grafton New South Wales.
Take a look through the amazing wire supports on the Brooklyn Bridge and see the amazing Statue of Liberty. There she is! The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbour in New York City in the United States of America. Yes it is.
A little boat and a bloody big cruise boat – a picture I snapped early morning in Sydney Harbour in New South Wales. Yippee.