Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Nicklin Way


If I had to have an educated guess, I would guess that this is the busiest thoroughfare on the entire Coast.    I guess those two chain-saw attacked Queen Palms are Council's way of explaining why we shouldn't plant them.

Leading by example so to speak.  They aren't "self-cleaning" you see, so to keep them tidy, they chainsaw the old fronds off, and leave a little bunch of whatever is still green.

All they need is some cross trees and a transformer or light fitting and they'd fit right in.

Currimundi.

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Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Ramp or stairs


The old beach house awaits its inevitable fate.  It may not be this decade or the next, but redevelopment will happen.

Depending on when it does, its newer neighbour may well find itself at the end of its economic life as well.  Such are the perils of building in salt air with a limited budget.

Alexander Headland.

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Monday, 25 May 2015

The Blues


Two Kombis and a block of flats in Blue.

Alexandra Headland

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Sunday, 24 May 2015

Messy


A view north to Maroochydore on a day when the swell was rising, but so was the wind.

Not much in the way of waves to catch, nor blue sky to catch them under.

Alexander Headland.
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Saturday, 23 May 2015

The Lunch Room


One of the pleasures of working in a town like this, is that in the right you can go for a quick surf or simply hang your toes over the revetment wall by the ocean while you have your lunch.

Alexandra Headland

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Friday, 22 May 2015

Another random street.


The Esplanade at Alexandra Headland is called the Esplanade because it runs along the shore front.  Had I taken this photo from the other side of the road, you would have seen ocean, not buildings, just as you do from all of those balconies.


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Thursday, 21 May 2015

More of the yellow building.


We are definitely in resort territory here, quite near the top of the hill overlooking the ocean.

Alexandra Headland.

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