There I was snapping a bit of surf action over the jagged rocks at Elephant Rock in Currumbin, a wonderful beach resort on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this wonderful tree on my way to Nimbin, a small hippie type town in New South Wales, Australia.
I was at the rock wall on the Gold Coast Spit for an hour or so looking for something to happen. As I was about to leave I heard the roar and thump of a jet ski. I spun around in time to see this silly/brave/clever/careless bastard doing a handstand. Of course I knocked off a couple of frames. This was the best one. I can image the people on the other jet ski saying, ‘What the hell…’ Queensland, Australia.
Snapped a pesky gull on Currumbin Rocks in the early morning light. I love it here on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
A hurried picture I snapped of a dog chasing a surfer at Main Beach on the Gold Coast. The dog is sure in a big hurry. Cute. Queensland, Australia.
A kiss is not just a kiss, but a sigh is just a sign. While I was Snapper Rocks yesterday lokking for pictures, as time went by, I snapped a picture of the girl in the red dress and the man in the blue jeans testing the waters. Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this weedy grass thingo floating through a reflection of a high-rise in the Southport Broadwater. Gold Coast, Australia.
I snapped a couple of pigeons feeding in the early morning light. I wouldn’t have clue what brand they are. They could be Crested or Topknot Pigeons. Or maybe they are crossed between a galah and a emu. I know nothing about birds. But they are birds. Queensland, Australia.
At sun-up this wonderful Saturday morning at Snapper Rocks, this is what I was lucky enough to witness and snap. Two wonderful whales taking a breather on their way back home to wherever they came from. (The whales were a long way out to sea so I had to clicked this using a 600mm lens). Queensland, Australia.
From the balcony in Main Beach on the Gold Coast, at first glance, when I snapped this picture I thought there were three bald men in a pool. But it was a simple case of knees-up Mother Brown. Queensland, Australia.