An image I snapped during the finals of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2017 at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre yesterday afternoon. Yippee. Queensland, Australia.
Three old buddies meet up for a feed of fish on the Gold Coast. So I have an exclusive and rare picture of Roger Pelican, Trevor Pelican and Bruce Pelican. Yah, ho, hey. Queensland, Australia.
A wonderful cloud formation I snapped yesterday morning on the Gold Coast Broadwater. As I lined up my Nikon a young lady walking past said, “If you think that’s good, you should have seen it 15 minutes ago…the clouds completely engulfed the high-rise”. Of course I didn’t see it – bastard. Same old story. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
A silent and still rock pool I snapped at the crack of dawn at the beach resort of Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
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.
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.