I reckon most Gold Coasters has snapped this view on the Broadwater at Labrador, Queensland, Australia. But did they snap it early on a bitterly cold day like I did.
There was a cheeky gull nestled between my legs on the Broadwater at Labrador (Gold Coast) this morning so I knocked off a few frames. How wonderful.
It was so peaceful on the mighty Clarence River when I snapped this picture a few days ago, I felt like stripping off, wading in, lying on my back, and floating home to the Gold Coast. But I didn’t. It was too bloody cold.
I snapped this wonderful sky early morning on the banks of the mighty Clarence River in Grafton, NSW, Australia.
There was a rower on the mighty Clarence River in Grafton (New South Wales Australia) this wonderful morning, but there was no fog or mist. And that’s what I wanted. Bugger. Next time.
A wonderful tree I snapped a few mornings ago by the mighty Clarence River in Grafton, New South Wales, Australia.
HEY, HO, once again I was out and about early morning absorbing the colour of life. Snapped this dappled sky across a shapely sand bank behind the Southport Aquatic Centre on the Gold Coast, Australia. Ya gotta love the sand bank.
“ONE should absorb the colour of life.” Oscar Wilde wrote that, so here’s a bit of colour I snapped on the Gold Coast Broadwater, Queensland, Australia. You beauty!
AS the sun tries to push through the dark clouds and the squall on the Gold Coast Broadwater, these two blokes are off fishing. How wonderful.
Snapped this early morning picture of a lady jogging on the wonderful Gold Coast, Australia.