At low tide yesterday on a perfectly clear morning on the Gold Coast, I nearly bumped into this building reflecting in the mud, sand and water. So I snapped a photo. Queensland, Australia.
I had a chuckle today when I saw at least eight police sand-buggies and a larger number of police during a learn-to-drive practice session at the Gold Coast Spit. They were dodging markers, chucking wheelies, driving backward and forward and generally having a hell of a lot of fun. They were in training for the 2018 Commonwealth Games to be held on the fabulous Gold Coast. Queensland, 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.
I found a jelly sea creature washed up on the beach at sunrise this morning. I picked it up, held it to the light, and snapped it. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
And this is what I snapped on a wonderful Gold Coast beach. Yes, it’s a lovely red leaf. For a split second I thought some poor soul had lost their lips as well as their false teeth. Queensland, Australia.
This is not a crying eye. It’s some sort of jelly-like sea animal I snapped in the sand on the Gold Coast Spit early this morning. It was a wonderful moment. Sunrise light, don’t you just I love it? Queensland, Australia.
A kiss is not just a kiss, but a sigh is just a sign. While I was Snapper Rocks yesterday lokking for pictures, as time went by, I snapped a picture of the girl in the red dress and the man in the blue jeans testing the waters. Queensland, Australia.
While I was deciding if I would post this normal beach picture, I noticed that all the footprints are going in the same direction – all going south. Well, I’ll be…you could have knocked me down with a feather. Gold Coast, Australia.
Using a 600mm lens this morning I snapped this young lady performing tricks on Main Beach, Gold Coast. By the time I decided to move closer to fill the frame she’d packed up and gone. Worth a picture.
I shot these cheeky little buggers on the Broadwater, Southport, Gold Coast. Took about half and hour to get this picture.