Early morning on the Gold Coast today was so beautiful, so wonderful, it brought a song to my heart. It was calm and bright but I silently cursed a small boat going past that disturbed the silence. But I also praised it when I saw the wake it left behind. Yippee, hooray and hey, ho. Gold Coast, Australia.
This morning on the Gold Coast I thought there could have been a pelican trainer further upstream who’d spotted me taking a snap of the sunrise, and sent the pelicans flying off in a frenzy to improve my picture. What a cracker. (There were four pelicans, but one of them blended in with the dark background). Queensland, Australia.
A study in black and white on the Gold Coast on a dull day in the early morning light. Queensland, Australia.
Row, row, row your boat quickly down the river. Snapped this on the mighty Clarence River in Grafton, New South Wales, Australia. Hooray.
Went over to the Marina at the Spit on the Gold Coast yesterday and this wonderful reflection caught my eye. So I snapped the bastard. Hey, ho. Queensland, Australia.
I love water reflections and I can’t get enough of them. They are hard to find, but easy to snap. I want more. Alaska.
I was up early to snap a see-through boat in the early morning light on the Gold Coast. Been meaning to do this picture for a while. I just had to be there are the right moment. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
‘Enlighten me’, I yelled early morning on the Gold Coast. And the sun did just that and it also added a few wonderful clouds to enhance the beauty. Hooray for Mother Nature. So I snapped a few pictures and went home for a cup of tea. Queensland, Australia.
And this is how it was on the Gold Coast this wonderful morning at about 6.15am. Hooray, give three hearty cheers for the fit bastard paddling his boat. Queensland, Australia.
This is the story I coaxed out of a few people passing by one early morning on the Gold Coast, Australia. So I am only the messenger: The man who lived on the boat had a heart attack. He was carted off to hospital. He’d also had two legs amputated. As he couldn’t do anything to salvage his prize possession he signed it over the the troops who control the waterways (whoever they may be) That’s very sad. The boat has been in that position for more than two months. Bloody sad. See the shag (bird) drying its wings.