Breakfast for this bird this wonderful morning at sunrise on the Gold Coast Broadwater. Queensland, Australia.
A silhouetted lady walking the bike at sunrise – a picture I snapped at wonderful Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
Look what I discovered in the bottom of my glass. A cherry. I’m really not sure what drink I ordered but it had something to do with rum. More rum, lot’s of rum. And I thought the cherry should have been on top. Gold Coast, Queensland.
YUM, I just sucked down these three big juicy wonderful oysters. I will devour the other nine tonight. A special treat for me. Love ’em. Go the oysters? Who loves them. Who hates them? Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
I snapped a bright sunrise through the viewfinder of a Canon camera mounted on a tripod at wonderful Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
Dog on a pedestal, a fun picture I snapped and woofed early morning at wonderful Burleigh Heads on the fabulous Gold Coast. Anything for a picture. Woof. Queensland, Australia.
Snapped a pretty jellyfish marooned on a beach in the early morning light at the Southport Spit on the Gold Coast. It may very well taste nice with ice-cream. Queensland, Australia.
I snapped a bunch of sunflowers in a field of flowers by a river. How wonderful. Queensland, Australia.
I was standing on a beach on the Gold Coast when this pelican flew toward me. I quickly turned and snapped a few pictures as it soared overhead. As you can see it was onto my antics – eyes focused and ready for anything. Hope he didn’t think I was a fish. Anyway, I don’t look like a fish. Do I? Queensland, Australia.
Fleetingly, I met this bloke snapping pictures at Snapper Rocks early morning on the Gold Coast. We chatted about how much he loved shooting pictures of surfing. He said, “The other day I shot well over 100 pictures of various people surfing at Duranbah Beach.” I suggested his face was rather interesting. He didn’t agree. I told him he had great whiskers and asked if I could I knock off a few shots. He shyly agreed on that. Four or five clicks of the Nikon and that was that. Queensland, Australia.