Hey, ho, which one of you pelicans lost a feather? If you did, come and get it! I want a reward and I want it in fish, not cash. 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.
Lady posing for pictures, and as I was there I snapped them from the rock wall in the wonderful soft afternoon light on the fabulous Gold Coast Spit. Queensland, Australia.
It was cloudy and bright on the fabulous Gold Coast yesterday morning. How wonderful. Queensland, Australia.
I bought these chicken feet from a butchers shop and the cheap bottle of nail polish from a chemist on the Gold Coast. Then I went home and practiced my make-up skills. Is it weird? Perhaps it is. But it’s only a picture. Queensland, Australia.
This is model Suzanne Denton, a wonderful lady I’d often photographed over the years I worked as a newspaper photographer on the Gold Coast. Twice a year, for at least five years in the 80s/90s, I’d snap a picture similar to this of different models in the district. I have series of this type of image. Hope I can find them. Queensland, Australia.
Come on you pesky gull, get your chips, get ’em now, get ’em while there’re hot. Hey, ho, Gold Coast, Australia.
A silhouette I snapped of a backlit pelican roosting on a post in the afternoon sun on the Gold Coast. If it continues to sit in the sun all day, it will end up looking like a roast on a post. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.