A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 13 July 2009

The Mooloola River



From the south side of the river, looking west at Mooloolaba, it's easy to see just how little urban development exists, and why our government believes that there is plenty of room for more migration. Actually there is, but selfishly we don't want too much to change.

The glass house mountains (elevation 150m) rise up in the west.

Mooloolaba

Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia
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8 comments

cara said...

Oooh this is lovely. I'm glad you managed to get the Glasshouse Mountains in, too.
Any chance of more Glasshouse Mountains pictures?

bitingmidge said...

Hi Cara, I'll keep trying, but you know for big lumps of stone, they are quite elusive!

They are there all the time, but when I go to focus on them, they sort of hide!

Leif Hagen said...

A marvelous harbor photo! Wish I were there! Fresh seafood and wine at a good harbor view restaurant....

MmeBenaut said...

Have been enjoying your pics of late but not commenting much Peter. The mustang shot was amazing and I loved the banksia photo too.

"Diego Y" said...

hey thats a nice pict, i like it, wish I were there! maybe soon

Saludos - SEE YOU

Steffe said...

That's a great view.

Amy said...

Lovely photo and view :-)

Babooshka said...

Just how many boats can you get in one shot.

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