The ripples in the water on the Gold Coast in the early morning light made my picture look much better. Thank you ripples. Queensland, Australia.
I was at Cleveland a few days ago waiting for the ferry to take me over to Stradbroke Island, when I spotted this child sneaking beside this brightly coloured bus. Yep, it was a game called hide and seek. Worth a picture. Queensland, Australia.
Mishka resting the water depth at Polar Bear Shores in Sea World. While I was there the little lady would raise her paw in an attempt to dive into the water. That happened three times, but each time, she gave up and went in from a lower part of the pool. Queensland, Australia.
This butcher bird is as wet as a shag – and even though it’s bucketing down with rain, its standing defiant waiting for a saucy morsel to come along. Snapped this little bastard from the back veranda from where I’m staying at Stradbroke (Straddie) Island. Pt Lookout, Queensland.
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.
A wonderful happy face I snapped on the streets. You beauty. Queensland, Australia.
There was no boat being tossed across the stormy sea this morning at Main Beach on the Gold Coast. It was as calm as a clam in a shell. Queensland, Australia. Yah.
A safety flag shadow, a picture I snapped at Main Beach late afternoon on the fabulous Gold Coast. Queensland, Australia.
While sipping a cool ale on a balcony in Main Beach yesterday afternoon, I snapped this shadowy image of a man in another high-rise across the road. Wonderful. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.