Have you ever looked longingly at the cute little ripples that lap the shoreline. Well, so do I, and here it is. I could have laid on the sand and snapped it, but I couldn’t be bothered. Hooray for the ripple. Queensland, Australia.
This man’s book must have been a real page turner. Probably couldn’t put it down. Even though there was a kerfuffle going on right behind him on Legian beach in Bali, Indonesia, it was more than likely he couldn’t have care less. However, when he did stir and tried to get rid of them, but one dog retaliated and raced off with his T-shirt. Very funny indeed.
I snapped this dear little child during a wonderful sunset in Bali, Indonesia, this afternoon. Hooray.
The flight path of a pelican flapping madly away on the fabulous Gold Coast in the early morning light. They are wonderful. Hey, ho. Queensland, Australia.
Well, there I was this morning at Main Beach waiting for something to happen when I spotted this crazy bastard sprinting buck naked into the chilly waters of the Gold Coast. Luckily I had my 600mm lens handy. Click, and go the full Monty. Queensland, Australia.
Flaming reflections of high-rise I snapped during sunrise at wonderful Main Beach on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. You beauty!
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.
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.