I snapped this athletic Black Swan out for an early morning jog on the Gold Coast. Don’t quote me, but I heard the swan is trying hard to keep fit in case Mayor Tom Tate and Gold Coast City councillors vote to drain the Broadwater and turn it into a car park – just like they drained Black Swan Lake. Say hooray for the swan. Queensland, Australia.
Early morning I found a feather – so I held it to the sky and snapped a picture. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
I popped these pears I bought outside in the sun so they would ripen quicker. I looked at them later in the day and noticed the shadows so decided to snap a few pictures. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
I snapped this young lady down by the lagoon on the Gold Coast Broadwater this morning at sunrise. A little bit of silence please. Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this gentleman out for a stroll in the Gold Coast. It took him a long time to get were he was going, but that’s what strolling is all about. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
Stark light and a cloudy reception on a glorious morning on the fabulous Gold Coast. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
Outrigger canoes basking in the wonderful early morning light. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
Yes folks, this is how it looked a few mornings ago on the fabulous Gold Coast. It was so damn windy it stuffed-up my hew haircut, but the clouds and light were wonderful. Yippee. Queensland, Australia.
The light was wonderful yesterday afternoon on the Gold Coast. As I gazed longingly at the golden water wondering how I was going to snap a picture, this pelican flew in to catch some fish. You beauty. Queensland, Australia.
Surf photographer doing what she loves best at Snapper Rocks – the best beach on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.