Sydney sunset through a light globe – a picture I snapped in front of the Opera House at Circular Quay. Yippee, you, beauty. New South Wales, Australia.
Sin City, better known as the Gold Coast, was looking absolutely wonderful this morning at Main Beach. Snapped this one just before sunrise. I have named it Sin City because of the soaring crime rate. Real bad. Hooray, you bloody beauty. Queensland, Australia.
This is a terrible exposure simply because I wasn’t ready – and I didn’t expect the moon to look like this on the horizon a few days ago. Snapped this near the Gold Coast Sand Pumping Jetty on the Spit. Queensland, Gold Coast, Australia.
The wonderful early morning light, a picture I snapped through the windscreen of a car heading over the Southport bridge towards Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Hooray for for the unusual light and clouds. Queensland, Australia.
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.
First of all I see a beautiful pink flower in Bali, Indonesia. Then just as I press the shutter I see a Bali bee buzzing by. I love it when it all comes together. Hooray, you beauty.
Try to imagine how I felt yesterday morning when this image popped up shortly after sunrise at Sanur, Bali, Indonesia. I tell you I was so excited I was running about the joint like a crazed ape trying to find the best angle. Hooray, go ahead sniff the fresh air. You bloody little beauty.
A little peace and quiet on the Gold Coast Broadwater at sunrise goes a long way. Hooray, enjoy what I enjoyed. Queensland, Australia.
At times, the captain of the National Geographic Explorer in Antarctica, was able to move the ship so close to an iceberg you could almost reach out and touch it. They were the magic moments.
I was on the bow of the National Geographic Explorer when I heard a bunch of delightful squeals behind me. I quickly spun towards the din and what I saw set my camera whirring, managing to snap this incredible glacier calving. Wow! This happens often in the Antarctic, but it’s a matter of being in the right place at the precise moment. You beauty.