A silent and still rock pool I snapped at the crack of dawn at the beach resort of Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
At low tide early morning there is so much beauty that surrounds us. Snapped this picture over the week-end on the Gold Coast Broadwater. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
In Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, at the Sacred Monkey Forrest, from a distance I spotted a monkey washing its hands. As swift as a panther I pointed my Nikon and knocked off this picture. Someone nearby told me the monkey had turned on the tap on. Good monkey.
Sin City, better known as the Gold Coast, was looking absolutely wonderful this morning at Main Beach. Snapped this one just before sunrise. I have named it Sin City because of the soaring crime rate. Real bad. Hooray, you bloody beauty. Queensland, Australia.
Hey, ho, which one of you pelicans lost a feather? If you did, come and get it! I want a reward and I want it in fish, not cash. Hooray, Queensland, Australia.
Reflections in black and white in the early morning (dull) light on the Gold Coast. Worth a snap. Queensland, Australia.
Have a look at this little child enjoying the beach on the fabulous Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
This Pied Oystercatcher I snapped over the weekend was surprised by a incoming wild wave at Snapper Rocks, Gold Coast. I knew this was bound to happen at some stage so I waited for the right moment: Oystercatchers are very shy of humans and seldom allows close approach. That’s for bloody sure. They are as wary little bastards. I snapped this one with a 300mm lens. Queensland, Australia.
I’m not saying this man I photographed at Snapper Rock yesterday on the Gold Coast was in danger, but rock fishing is noted as the most dangerous sport in Australia. There has been at least 68 deaths in the last five years in Australia with almost all victims not wearing life jackets. This bloke survived okay, but I didn’t see him catch any fish. Queensland, Australia.
Lady posing for pictures, and as I was there I snapped them from the rock wall in the wonderful soft afternoon light on the fabulous Gold Coast Spit. Queensland, Australia.