A colourful candid portrait I snapped in an alleyway full of graffiti on the streets of Melbourne, Australia. Hooray.
For a split second yesterday morning, in the howling wind, just as the sun broke through the clouds, I photographed this bird flying upside down. How about that? Must have been a bad wind sheer. You beauty. Queensland, Australia.
I cranked up my the 150-600mm lens to create this powerful wave effect at the Sand Pumping Jetty before sunrise of the crazy beach action on the Gold Coast Spit early yesterday morning. Hooray. Queensland, Australia.
This is how the Gold Coast Spit looked like this wonderful morning – rough, pumping and all over the joint like a dog’s breakfast. While I was there I had a chat with veteran Surfers Paradise lifeguard Grahame Long who said, “Tommy, you should have been here yesterday – the tide was amazing.” I agreed and replied, “I wasn’t…what a bastard.” (Queensland, Australia).
Gold Coast gulls up and about searching for tucker in the late afternoon sunlight. Yah, Queensland, Australia.
Not a drop of rain on the Gold Coast last night, but the sprinkler system worked very well. Say hooray for water. Things are dry in my neck of the woods. However, the weather experts in Queensland have continually told the public it was going to rain. It has, but only a few drops. We want rain! Queensland, Australia.
Snapped this snappy beastie at a crocodile farm (in awful light) somewhere in tropical North Queensland. With ten quick thumps of my heart, I managed to click the shutter at the right moment when it lunged from the water. Hooray! You beauty. Queensland, Australia.
The shadow of a pelican I snapped zipping over the Gold Coast Broadwater at low tide. It wasn’t an easy picture to catch. Hooray, you beauty! I got it. Queensland, Australia.
This is what you can snap on your next visit to the wonderful Sea World Aquarium on the Gold Coast. An amazing exhibit where you can to see many types of fish. The fish made me hungry – until I spotted the sharks. Queensland, Australia.
Go the Gold Coast gull with the almost perfect feathers. Fly high you little feathered beauty! Queensland, Australia.