Sunshine Coast Daily Photo

A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Nuts!


Technically these are the fruit of the pandanus, not the nuts but they are the size of a child's fist, hard, and heavy and they give a fair old bonk if they hit you on the head.

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.


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Sunday, 12 August 2018

Beach Graphics


And the shady bits move too!

Moffat Beach

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

www.citydailyphoto.org
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Sunday, 5 August 2018

SUP


Once upon a time "SUP" was a contraction for the greeting "What's up?"  Now of course it's "Stand Up Paddleboard".   A year or two ago, some visiting friends from Europe were astonished to see them being ridden in the surf - we on the other hand were astonished that anyone would contemplate using them in still water!

Moffat Headland

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

www.citydailyphoto.org
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Sunday, 29 July 2018

Winter.


This photograph was actually taken in May, which technically is in Autumn, and the giveaway is that there is just a touch too much cloud about, but it's still quite reminiscent of a winter's day at Moffat Headland.

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

www.citydailyphoto.org
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Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Headland Forms



Curving the balcony face is not something that's difficult to do in construction terms, but it does make a huge difference to the street.   Imagine if these buildings were all big square boxes lined in one plane....

Moffat Beach

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

www.citydailyphoto.org
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Sunday, 22 July 2018

Pointless destruction


Our Council has an interesting dynamic.  The planners plan, and someone pays vast sums of money for designers to design, and landscapers to landscape.   Then, the maintenance guys come along, and don't like maintaining anything that can't be trimmed with a mower, so out it all comes and off to the tip.

This, at the end of our street was once a nice hedge of native grasses less than a metre high.  Perhaps it will be lawn by the time I get back.

Dicky Beach

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.


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www.citydailyphoto.org
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Sunday, 15 July 2018

Winter 2


Moffat Headland, Winter 2018

POST SCRIPT:

Having bitten off more than I could chew in the early part of this year, I was unable to produce the catalogue which enables me to post daily on this blog while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I did manage to gather a scattering of photos over the last few weeks of my stay this year so sadly will now make this a weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November in the meantime feel free to keep up with our travels on our other daily blog, Fading Memories.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

www.citydailyphoto.org
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