Saturday, March 22, 2008

Up, up and away .....

Tomorrow morning will see us up, up and away,
from one side of the country to the other,
from Canberra to Perth,
where we will spend 2 weeks watching hockey,
photographing the sights in and around that beautiful city,
and meeting a dear friend for the first time.
This photo was taken whilst watching hockey in Brisbane last year.
I'm sure two weeks will be far too long for me to stay away from a computer
so, hopefully, I'll find an Internet Cafe somewhere so that I can check up on YOU!
Take care, one and all.

Friday, March 14, 2008

More watery photos

Tanya and Shelle have posted beautiful 'watery' photos, so I thought I would keep with the family theme and post just a few more 'wet' photos in the hope of keeping our southern friends a little cooler during this heatwave.
At Narooma, with Montague Island in the background



Guerilla Bay

Mossy Point

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Friday, March 07, 2008

Happy Birthday, Richard and Tanya

I hope you both have a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
even though you're 1800klm apart.

Sorry, Tanya, I just had to post this 'typically you' photo!

Sunday, March 02, 2008

The tide came back in ....

.... and how!!!
You may have realised by now that along with my other photographic addictions, such as clouds, gardens, trees, sunrises/sunsets, pathways and scenery, rough seas and big waves are right up there with my favourites.
I could watch the breakers rolls in and the seas pound the rocks for hours on end, just so long as I am firmly anchored to dry, stable land. There's no way that I ever want to be in a boat where the waves are higher than
The first photo was taken at Guerilla Bay, and the rest are all in the Tomakin/Mossy Point area of the NSW South Coast.

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Saturday, March 01, 2008

It's not all Sun, Sand and Surf at the coast ....

.... sometimes it's Kookaburras outside the door,

Goannas by the roadside,

Things aren't always what they seem ....

.... this Navy helicopter, with descending crew, hovered over the rugby ground tonight as part of the Royal Australian Navy's 107th birthday celebrations. The Navy Brass Band had entertained the crowd before the football started.
Oh, did you want photos of the football?
Sorry - perhaps next match!
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