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.
Yep, you should have seen the fish the pelicans caught yesterday: Where there are people fishing, you will always find a few pelicans on standby ready to steal some fish – especially on wonderful Stradbroke ‘Straddie’ Island. Queensland, Australia.
Yoga and a peaceful fisherman, a perfect match. A picture I snapped at the wonderful village of Sanur in Bali, Indonesia. Hooray.
Early start to Australia Day, a picture I snapped yesterday morning at Currumbin Rocks on the fabulous Gold Coast, Queensland. What a wonderful start to the day. You beauty. Unfortunately, I didn’t see him catch any fish.
Hey, ho, how wonderful is this picture I snapped on the fabulous Gold Coast yesterday in the late afternoon sun? Slip, slap, slop, and put up an umbrella. This is my style of fishing. Love it. Much better than a luxury boat. Queensland, Australia.
SNAPPING the beauty of Stradbroke “Straddie” Island, this time on the rugged rocks at Main Beach. Point Lookout Queensland, Australia.
Shot this early one morning on the wonderful Gold Coast.