Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Lost, surfboard.


A surfboard hangs around in the slop waiting to be reclaimed.

Moffat Beach

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Monday, 6 July 2015

The crowd at the contest.


Low tide at Moffat Beach on Good Friday, the Ma and Pa Bendell surf contest is on, and the crowd seem to be enjoying it.

Moffat Beach

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Sunday, 5 July 2015

Sunday Driver


Surfer watching the view go by, Mooloolaba in the background.

Moffat Beach

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Saturday, 4 July 2015

Gone Fishing


I was watching this cormorant in the surf for some time, hoping to get a photo of it as it surfaced.   When it did I fired three shots in quick succession, unable to see what was in the viewfinder.

Let's just say he's better at fishing than I am!

Moffat Beach

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Friday, 3 July 2015

Somehow the news makes her sad.


Here we are at the news agency in Moffat Beach, with yet another sad mannequin.  Perhaps she thinks that we'll buy her hat.

Moffat Beach

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Thursday, 2 July 2015

If you are thinking of doing a dastardly deed....


I'm not sure how most nasty people dispose of their doings, but the Butcher at Woombye will cut up a "private body" for you (ignoring that apostrophe for a bit, or perhaps the body of the signwriter was the first to be cut up!).

On the other hand, if you have a pig that's doing poorly, if you bring it here it will be cured in private.

Woombye.

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Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Upside Down


This photograph is vaguely concerning.  I am not sure what actually happened to the person attached to those feet, but I get the distinct impression that he is buried waste deep in sand, head first.

This is just one of many photos today published on the theme Upside Down.  To see the City Daily Photo Community take on this theme please visit the Theme Day Gallery.

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