I went outside early yesterday morning on the Gold Coast, I looked up and noticed the moon going down. I raised the camera to see if these was some sort of picture I could snap. Just as I decided there was nothing in it, bugger me if this butcher bird didn’t fly past obviously trying to catch an early worm. Well I’ll be a monkeys uncle. Snap. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
As the moon went down early this morning on the Gold Coast, I nearly had it in the palm of my hand. You beauty! Queensland, Australia.
At about 6.16pm last night I was hanging out on the Gold Coast Broadwater under a Pandanas Tree having a few cool drinks when I looked up and noticed this. I whipped out the Nikon, turned on the flashlight and bingo – I had a picture. Nothing exciting, but all the same it is a picture. Queensland, Australia.
I snapped the (nearly) full moon hiding behind the clouds a few nights ago. However, last night it was a FULL MOON – you big beauty. Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this little beauty yesterday from a balcony at Main Beach on the Gold Coast. Hey, ho, go on, take a sip. Get ready for the full moon tonight. Queensland, Australia.
I’m not sure the exact time when I snapped the moon going down this morning from the beach at Main Beach, but it may have been between 6.00am and 6.30am (before the sun came up). Wonderful. Gold Coast, Australia.
AND this was the magic moon I snapped about 6.30pm last night as it zipped in and out of the clouds in some most unusual light. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
EARLY morning snap on the wonderful Gold Coast Spit, Queensland, Australia.
JUST FOR something to do yesterday evening I snapped the moon and a star through the awning on a building. How exciting. Yah, go the FULL SCREEN and moon the moon. Gold Coast, Australia.
Snapping and recording history of the Anzac Day Dawn Service as moon goes down in Anzac Park, Southport. May those men and women who have died all rest proudly in the knowledge of their achievement, and may we and our successors in that heritage prove worthy of their sacrifice. Gold Coast, Australia