I popped these pears I bought outside in the sun so they would ripen quicker. I looked at them later in the day and noticed the shadows so decided to snap a few pictures. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
The beauty of shadows on the green, green grass of the beach resort Burleigh Heads, a picture I snapped early morning on the Gold Coast. You beauty. Queensland, Australia.
Police horse legs in the late afternoon light, a picture I snapped a few days ago in the City of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Don’t take offence when I say that I love a good fence in the afternoon light. Queensland, Australia.
I snapped shadows on the beach caused by high-rise on the Gold Coast late afternoon. I wouldn’t live here if it wasn’t for the magnificent beaches. I dislike high-rise, but it’s now part of life. Queensland, Australia.
Snapping pictures from a balcony in Main Beach on the Gold Coast. Yep, there’s a lot going on in this picture – but that’s life at the top. Queensland. Australia.
More leg snapping and other stuff from a pub window in Melbourne’s Chapel Street in South Yarra in the afternoon light while sipping on a cold beer. You beauty. Victoria, Australia.
Accommodation buildings cast delightful shadows on the Victoria Harbour in Canada in the wonderful late afternoon light. What a beautiful place to be. This is worth going the FULL SCREEN.
SUN CASTING early morning shadows on a fisherman, a picture I snapped on the Jetty at the Gold Coast Spit. Queensland, Australia.
An early morning picture of shadows I snapped on the Southport Jetty. What a wonderful but natural sight. Gold Coast, Australia.