A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Tuesday 30 November 2021

Monday 29 November 2021

As the sun slowly sinks in the west.

I might have left my walk a little late yesterday, but it's not unpleasant in the cool of the evening.


Sunday 28 November 2021

Our spot.

In truth we rarely sit there, but we do get jealous of anyone else who might be possessing that patch of grass under the pandanus.    We claimed ownership of it years ago, but in the absence of any title deed or signs to the contrary, others think they can share it.


Saturday 27 November 2021

The light under the road at Tooway Creek suffers terribly from just being where it is.  Salt and aluminium make no better combination than salt and electricity and when they combine in a dark damp environment where people seek privacy for all sorts of illicit goings-on, nothing stands a chance.


Friday 26 November 2021

Plant Identification 101

It's such a common beachside plant round here and for the life of me I can't think of it's name.   My plant ID app says it's a rose, but I can assure everyone it's not.

Rest assured, full details will appear miraculously in the comments of this blog within hours of it being published.

Dicky Beach.

Thursday 25 November 2021

Wednesday 24 November 2021

Everyone gets a view.

For now, everyone gets a view, and I like the way the buildings at the back seem to be standing on tippy toes to look over the ones at the front.   When the house goes though, and one day it will, all that will change.


Tuesday 23 November 2021

The Office 2

When working from home just doesn't cut it.


Monday 22 November 2021

The Office 1

It's a hard life, but someone has to keep the wheels of commerce turning.


Sunday 21 November 2021

With a chance of a shower.

As it turns out, there was no chance of rain at all.

Shelly Beach.

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Saturday 20 November 2021


It's called a creek, but really these days it's just the water runoff from the 'burbs.  Another reason to be super careful with our waste materials.

Shelly Beach.

Friday 19 November 2021

Thursday 18 November 2021


It's been a while, and I've really enjoyed the break.   

I can't say at the moment if I'm back or not because one of the things I learnt to do very well over the last two years is to be unreliable, and it's delicious!

Never the less, if I was going to sticker bomb a rubbish bin, what better way than to say "thank-you" in the most economical way possible?

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