The wonderful early morning light, a picture I snapped through the windscreen of a car heading over the Southport bridge towards Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Hooray for for the unusual light and clouds. Queensland, Australia.
There was a wonderful shower yesterday on the Gold Coast. Last nearly all day. This is a picture I snapped in the back garden. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
Just when a few people told me they were “sick of (my) pelican pictures”, I snapped this bunch of hungry pelicans in a bun fight over a fish. And it looks as through the fish is about to be filleted. But where’s the chips? The seagulls ate those. I supplied the salad and crusty bread. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
Soldier crabs – it’s not easy to photograph these little bastards. They scurry, they bury themselves in the sand so quickly they are gone within seconds. And when you have gone, up they come. But I have patience. You beauty, I wasn’t crabby. Gold Coast Australia.
Gulls on the beach, their reflections in the sand early morning on the Gold Coast, Australia. Hooray.
I snapped this digger at the second ANZAC DAY service I attended in Southport yesterday morning. I actually helped push his wheelchair off the grass and onto the concrete so he could lay a wreath. Later, I attempted to find him for a chat, but unfortunately he was gone – but not forgotten.
At the Southport ANZAC DAY parade yesterday morning I attempted to try and snap something a tiny bit different. This is the best I could come up with. It’s not easy being me, but I love being me. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
A jet heading for Coolangatta Airport at sunrise on the Gold Coast, Australia. Hooray.
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.
This big pelican is a picture I snapped as it flew into roost on a street light the Gold Coast, Australia. You beauty.