My All Time Favourite

It could be hard to pick one photograph and deem it my favourite.  Funny that I said there were Too Many to Pick One in response to the WordPress Photo Challenge – Favorite Place and all of those photos I shared back in March are favourites.  I could easily have picked any one of them.

However, in the final edition of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, the Daily Post staff contributors have shared their favourite photos and invited users to do the same.  Immediately (at least in my head anyway) I was back on Dicky Beach where I stood on a cold June morning in 2016.  With a bit of cloud about and the tide low, the wet sand reflected a myriad of colours flooding the sky as the Sun crept over the horizon.  The scene was breathtakingly beautiful as I stood there all by myself photographing the sunrise unfolding before me. Continue reading →

Sunrise, Sunset

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge – Rise/Set – is another opportunity for me to show off photos I took while Dean and I travelled around Australia.  As our plan was to go ‘around the outside’, most of these photos include water, but you will see that we did venture away from the coast a couple of times.
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Sunrise

Colours flood the sky,

Tendrils of dreams drift away.

A new day begins.
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A Quick Catch Up

I have just 30 minutes before I have to head off to ride the train.  Plenty of time for a quick catch up.

It’s hard to believe the last time I posted was September 9.  Wow!  At least it was September 2017 (ha, ha), but still, that was 23 days ago and so much has happened since.

Work is (well) work, and each Monday I jump on the train and enjoy the trip down to Brisbane, sleeping each weeknight at my girlfriend’s place.  At least the days fly by and before I know it, it’s Friday and I’m riding the train home to spend the weekend with Dean.
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Photo of the Week

This week’s Photo of the Week was not taken last week.
(It was taken October 20, 2016)

Back in August, I posted an audio file of the Beautiful Music that is the sound of the Australian bush.  It was recorded when Dean and I were out bushwalking, and exactly what you expect to hear walking through the underbrush of sub-tropical rainforest areas.  But now we are living it, with a beautiful cacophony starting in the wee hours of every day – while it still looks like this outside.

Sunrise Alexandra Beach (October 20, 2016)

Sunrise Alexandra Beach (October 20, 2016)

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