The sea is still crazy on the Gold Coast but there was one particular area that caught my eye. I waited for ages for the right moment and I snapped it. I got it in one go too. Yippee. Gold Coast.
When I snapped this picture on the Gold Coast I couldn’t hear the conversation between the pelican and the seagull, but I bet it had something to do with fish.
At sunrise this morning on the Gold Coast, I looked behind me and all of a sudden I had a picture. Nothing exciting, but it looks nice. Queensland, Australia.
BURLEIGH HEADS on a wispy cloud day. Black and white is wonderful. Gold Coast, Australia.
I was going to name this image ‘The Long, Hot Summer’, but I discovered there was an American and an Australian movie made with the same name. So I settled for ‘The Bloody Long, Hot Bastard Summer’. I think that name is more suitable. I snapped this image at Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast, Australia.
What exposure did I use for this picture? I have no idea. It was a point and shoot type situation. I had the early morning sun on full beam saturating my lens and a couple of surfers going past so I snapped a picture anyway. But I think I got it. Gold Coast, Queensland.
A walk by the water is just a walk in the park – really. Snapped this image on the fabulous Gold Coast in the early morning light.
Lunch time is feeding time on the Gold Coast according to tourists who visit the Gold Coast. And in this picture we have a messy eater. Because of the fat content, gulls and various other sea birds love potato chips (fries). They would go to battle for a hot chip. Gold Coast, Australia.
I snapped this image early morning at the wonderful Gold Coast Spit. Queensland, Australia.