Another sunrise I snapped on the Broadwater at Labrador this wonderful morning. Gold Coast, Australia. Shot with a 600mm lens.
This wonderful red leaf caught my eye in a waterfall at the Roma Street Parkland in Brisbane (Queensland, Australia) a few days ago.
The full, but not so much blood moon, showed its face for a few seconds for me on Monday 28th and I clicked the shutter. So many clouds. It would have to be the saddest moon ever, and tonight I lost a lost a lot of respect for that moon. It’s a bastard. It’s a moody moon. Gold Coast, Australia.
Lifeguard tower on Cylinder Beach Headland on Stradbroke Island. How good is this? What a wonderful sight. Queensland, Australia.
Find the bird in the bush. Oh yes, there it is. I snapped it in a dead tree on Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia. I believe it is some type of Honey-eater. Cute little bastard.
Spotted this funny photo on Sunday in Roma Street Parklands, Brisbane. A fashionable child.
Snapped this ballsy bastard leaping on Currumbin Rocks, Gold Coast. The edges of the rock are sharp and could do permanent damage to a flimsy body. Maybe rocking jumping is art. I’m not sure. Australia.
Come on everybody, cup your hands around your mouth and howl at the moon. I am getting in a bit of practise shooting the moon in readiness for the Blood Moon this coming Monday. I shot this picture with a Canon PowerShot SX60 on full telephoto lens which is 1,365mm, hand held. An amazing lens.
I shot a Butcher Bird late afternoon after a friend had thrown a mini rissole into the sky in the hope I would press the trigger at the right time. I think I did. I used a flashlight with an aperture of 125/5.6. Go the rissole! Three cheers for the bird and the rissole! Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia.
The beauty of shooting pictures early morning. So natural. This is part of the intertidal shallow rock pools at Deadman’s Beach. Lay me down. Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia.