At 4.45am yesterday morning, as the moon went down this scene tempted me to slam on the brakes of my scooter and reach for the Nikon. It is moments such as this that I wish I owned a tripod – but I don’t. I do own a monopod, but I can’t be bothered to cart the bastard all over the joint. Anyway, there’s nothing like the real deal, real life, real moments. Yippee, go the moon. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Storm clouds forming over the Gold Coast nearly engulfing these two pelicans. Queensland, Australia.
And there they go – pelicans flapping across the sky in front of the late afternoon sun on the Gold Coast, Australia. You little beauty. What a sight.
As I always say; you have to get up early in the morning and take your camera to snap a picture like this. Up you get and out you go. Then it’s a simple matter of pointing and snapping. It was a wonderful morning. You beauty. Gold Coast, Australia.
Snapped this pesky gull as it searched for food in the late afternoon light. Yep, you could almost count the feathers. Love backlight. 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.
I pointed my Nikon at this wonderful cloud formation when this squawking birdie just happened to fly past. Bingo. Snapped it. Gold Coast, Australia.
I didn’t have to chase this pleasant beach picture because I shot it with a long lens from a balcony at Main Beach with my feet up. But go the FULL SCREEN anyway and count the birdies. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.