The sun rose yesterday morning just in time to greet this young lady heading out for a surf at the Gold Coast Spit. Queensland, Australia.
Low flying across the water in the early morning sun on the Gold Coast. Lovely. Queensland, Australia.
Once again, I snuck in a few snaps in the early morning light, hidden away down the steps of the Sydney Opera House, away from the photographer and her assistants. Hooray, jump for joy. (New South Wales, Australia).
A spot of early morning fishing on wonderful Currumbin Rocks on the fabulous Gold Coast. (Queensland, Australia).
Pop on your sunglasses – it’s a wonderful sunrise on the fabulous Gold Coast. Hey, ho. Queensland, Australia.
Early morning on the Gold Coast today was so beautiful, so wonderful, it brought a song to my heart. It was calm and bright but I silently cursed a small boat going past that disturbed the silence. But I also praised it when I saw the wake it left behind. Yippee, hooray and hey, ho. Gold Coast, Australia.
This morning on the Gold Coast I thought there could have been a pelican trainer further upstream who’d spotted me taking a snap of the sunrise, and sent the pelicans flying off in a frenzy to improve my picture. What a cracker. (There were four pelicans, but one of them blended in with the dark background). Queensland, Australia.
I walked across the park early morning and snapped a few pictures – this is one of them. I was a wonderful clear morning. I than went home, had a strong cup of tea, two soft boiled eggs and six little soldiers. What a life I have. (Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia).
Early morning I found a feather – so I held it to the sky and snapped a picture. Hooray. Gold Coast, Australia.
After the thick clouds dispersed, this is what it looked like in Koh Samui, Thailand. Simply wonderful.