This week’s Photo of the Week was taken today. (September 12, 2016) I’m a little late with today’s Photo of the Week, but our week has been crazy and when … Continue reading Photo of the Week
This week’s Photo of the Week was taken Thursday (June 30, 2016)
The one thing about where we are at the moment, Dicky Beach is a 30 second walk from the door of our mini home, and being the early bird that … Continue reading Dicky Beach Turning on the Charm Again
Finally Back to Where It All Began Five hundred and seventy days ago, on October 31, 2014, a little after 12 pm, Dean and I arrived at the Dicky Beach … Continue reading Closing the Loop
Wasting Time at Alexandra Headlands It feels as though we’ve not done anything since driving a little further south more than a week ago, but that’s not really the case. … Continue reading Sunshine Coast – Part 2
This week’s Photo of the Week was taken last night. (Sunday, May 1, 2016)
Thoughts on Location No 101 Yeppoon, Fitzroy Region, Queensland We didn’t intend to stay in Yeppoon as long as we did but, as often happens, the weather dictated what we … Continue reading Yeppoon
This weeks Photo of the Week was taken Saturday (April 24, 2016) There isn’t anything spectacular about the photo I’m sharing today, but I like how it details perspective.
Little sandy spheres, Dug and tumbled down below. Pushed up through a hole.
For me to interpret just One Love is akin to choosing a favourite child – impossible. I have too many loves: my husband, my children, my friends, flowers, the natural … Continue reading Just One Love?
Turquoise waters lap, The virgin white sandy shore. Summer bliss and more.
Thoughts on Location No 79 Eighty Mile Beach, Kimberley, Western Australia First things first, Eighty Mile Beach is not 80 miles long. It actually stretches for 140 miles (220 kilometres) … Continue reading Eighty Mile Beach
Thoughts on Location No 77 Exmouth, Pilbara, Western Australia From the southern end of the Ningaloo Marine Park to the northern end, and into hotter territory. I thought that couldn’t … Continue reading Exmouth and the North West Cape
A World Heritage Listed Wonderland I could say all sorts of things about why Shark Bay is World Heritage Listed, but I’ll let you read all about it here if … Continue reading Fun Times in Shark Bay
One of the main attractions of Shark Bay, besides the sharks and dolphins and all the other wildlife and sealife, is the world-famous Shell Beach, renown for being covered in … Continue reading Shell Beach
Travelling north and leaving Rockingham and Perth behind, our first destination was planned and pre-booked – the sleepy little seaside township of Cervantes – the gateway to Nambung National Park, … Continue reading The Cervantes and The Pinnacles
This weeks Photo of the Week was taken Thursday (January 14, 2016) Showing off a little of Perth this week with a photo of Trigg Island Beach, just 20 minutes … Continue reading Photo of the Week
Thoughts on Location No 36 Sydney, New South Wales Dean and I took a little side trip and spent a couple of days in Sydney and although this was not … Continue reading A Beach, A House, and A Bridge
This weeks Photo of the Week was taken Thursday (July 18, 2015) Dean took this week’s photo and I chose it because it shows the ferocity of the surf at … Continue reading Photo of the Week
A pail of water, a pail of sand, A basket full of shells, Being overpowered by An ocean full of smells.
Such a beautiful little spot Mollymook is just north of Ulladulla within the City of Shoalhaven (as is Basin View) and only a short drive down the road. While Dean … Continue reading A Trip to Mollymook
Thank you Rosalyn for inviting me to join this wonderful challenge. Today’s photo was taken in May, 2010. We were holidaying on the island of Hudhuranfushi, North Male Atoll in … Continue reading Five Photos, Five Stories – Day Three
Thank you Rosalyn for inviting me to join this wonderful challenge. Today’s photo was taken on Good Friday 2009. Once again, I was away on a business trip and Dean … Continue reading Five Photos, Five Stories – Day Two
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 … Continue reading Something Moving