Something Moving

This morning Dean and I took a drive over to the eastern side of Lake Macquarie and found ourselves at Redhead beach.

As Dean stood there surveying the sun, the sand and the surf, I looked at the headland to my left and as I watched, I could just make out something moving.

Redhead HeadlandFrom my perspective, it was barely visible.  So I zoomed in a little in the hopes of being able to identify what it was that was moving on the ledge.  I could clearly make out the ledge, but I couldn’t make out what was moving.

I looked again and sure enough, whatever it was was still there on the fourth outcrop down from the top, and, it was still moving.  What could it be?

Redhead Headland - CloserIt was not unlike people moving back and forth, but I was unable to completely, or more accurately, I was completely unable to make out precisely what it was.

I zoomed in even closer hoping my next shot would reveal the origins of the movement …

… and this what it was.

Redhead Headland - ShelfPterodactyls

Author: Clare

Ever-expanding one star at a time, my cosmos is a galaxy of thoughts and creativity where you can find poetry, short stories, photography and so much more.

8 thoughts

  1. What an extraordinary woman you are! I feel fortunate to know you and get a glimpse your thoughts and ideas . I shall have to make a pact with myself to find time to read all of your blogs because at the moment I’m just a sometimes reader.


  2. Happy New Year to you and Dean, I’ve been following your adventures. It must be great to leave the business world behind! Evie and I had a great Christmas and followed up with a New Year party with some friends. The pictures posted are wonderful and above all informative. Carry on enjoying yourselves. you have my permission.
    With jealousy Bazza and Evie


    1. Dear Barrie and Evie,

      Glad you had a lovey Christmas and partied into the New Year. Sorry I was not there with you, but thinking of you and wishing both of you a wonderful year.

      Not hard at all to turn our back on work and ‘live the dream’. I’m sure 2015 is going to be incredible and I hope you continue to enjoy following my thoughts about our adventures and the places we find ourselves.

      Miss you heaps

      Love Clare


    1. Hi Jeffrey,

      No, too small and too crowded for Dean to get into the water. He’ll try again tomorrow, but this time we’ll leave earlier.



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