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Friday, 17 November 2017

from May 2014



There is no time limit on that piece of dappled shade on the grass.  We can sit watching and listening to the waves for as long as we want, or until we get hungry!

Moffat Headland

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Thursday, 16 November 2017

The bathroom wall - April 2014






Perhaps we are making progress in the seemingly never ending quest for the bathroom wallpaper.

Another of my favourite things; the way the little waves at the edge of a giant ocean seem to chase their own shadows.

Moffat Beach
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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Flower- March 2014




I don't know what's come over me... I just felt the urge to take a photograph of a flower.   I used to do that all the time.  Might do it again soon!

Landsborough


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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Where to now? -February 2014


While I'm still pondering that question as far as the blog goes, the retrospective continues!

Clear signs that an Ibis has been quite lost.

Moffat Beach


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Monday, 13 November 2017

Claire and Michael - January 2014


In a barbed wire canoe....

An old European tradition seems to be gaining a foothold here, no doubt (with the greatest of respect to Clare and Michael whose lock tells me they were celebrating their first anniversary), spurred on by commercial interests from interested parties such as the people making these heart shaped locks.

Originally the tradition had the lock clasped to a bridge stanchion on the wedding day of those concerned, and the key thrown into the water so that the bond could never be broken.

I am not sure what the symbolism in the barbed wire is.... hopefully it's not a reflection of that first year.

Glasshouse Mountains


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Sunday, 12 November 2017

Sunrise over Tooway - December 2013


Sadly the grand-puppy is no more, so early mornings on the beach are without his exuberance, but we  are glad that we had the opportunity to share them with him

It's just after sunrise, well before five a.m. and the small fluffy grand-puppy and I have the beach to ourselves!

I suspect that I can be forgiven for not being here often at this time, but when I do make the effort I often can't believe the sheer beauty of the light!

And all those sleeping wives, daughters and grand-children missed it!

Tooway Creek


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Saturday, 11 November 2017

Yellow brick road - November 2013


So do I follow the yellow brick road and end up in the bin, or take the red path, perhaps less travelled?

Kings Beach


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