This little one has been purchased many times, mugs, pillow cases and prints. And Someone with a sense of humour in Hong Kong purchased the Dachshund mini skirt!
Now that put a huge smile on my face, each to their own.
When you find what you love, do more of it…and then some more.
Ansel Adams. “You don’t take a photograph, you make it”
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Sometimes things don’t go according to plan so you just go with the flow, ironically I accidentally stumbled upon a lighthouse. While standing at the train station i asked a random how to get to a location, in conversation he mentioned Watsons Bay, I quickly googled it and changed my direction once I saw how pretty it was, a couple of stops to Circular Quay, a short and pleasant fairy ride over to Watsons Bay, I followed the South Head Heritage trail and there it was, A lighthouse that looked like it belonged in a fairytale. A serene few hours exploring, watching waves, smiling, enjoying the winter sunshine, short chats along the way. As I leaned close to the edge still within safety a lady asked me a question…I replied with “I wasn’t meant to be here today”, she said ‘clearly you were by the smile on your face’. I guess I was…
I even stumbled on a nudist beach oops 🙂
Its great when your friend calls you up while you are sitting on a beach, first laughs at your tripod antis and then says “hey if you are where I think you are you’re not to far from a very cool ship wreck”….. Hard to miss, it you find the light house near Carpenter Rocks, look to your left and there it is. A great day on a road trips with my daughters, definitely a day where everyone was happy doing our thing. Just a few shots or so and enjoyed the almost secluded beach all to ourselves.
Limestone Coast, South Australia, about half hour drive from Mount Gambia.
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A 6 day road trip with my gorgeous gals, I really love our adventures, lots of chatting, singing, fun, laughter and sometimes silence…
A few days stop in Mount Gambia on the way up to Adelaide, the weather was perfect so we decided to head down to the coast leaving the main sites to later, although as we drove past we couldn’t help but stop, it really is blue, Colbalt Blue! I got up bright and early for a morning walk, up to the first tower with a great view before the tourists came along, it’s alway nice to arrive into quiet beauty. Lake is blue between November and March, although best to check info online before you go.
After sunrise, i continued to walk up the hill around the road and sitting in safe places, quiet even though it was windy, watching the day fully come to life. It’s these moments that I am most grateful for. the simple things, the simplicity of my life, just the way i like it. Mount Hotham, Victoria. You can purchase this image here, or contact me directly.
I can’t remember the last time I was in Yarrawonga/Mulwala but it sure was nice to visit in winter. I remember going in summer, being really hot and lots of people. I was chatting to one of the locals and she said the populations goes from 8,000 to 80,000. Well lucky for me one of my best mates just moved there and no doubt I will be back to visit. It was great to be outdoors on such a mild winter day, the quiet, the walk and of course surrounded by nature. To purchase this image or checkout my portfolio click here.
I have always believed that when you look at life in reverse all is as it should be, while mostly I like to travel back to fond memories and moments, sometimes you need to look back as a reminder never to make the same mistake again, Moments deep within can be blinded by a false trust, i was so busy admiring through the lens that I didn’t see the water creep up behind me, left standing on a meter long island, i was drawn in, peaceful in a trance and forgot about the tide coming in, with a smile on my face I walked through the water not even feeling the cold. Thank God for reality checks.
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Never gets old watching these beautiful seals, all part of the cruise around Phillip Island, they didn’t seemed phased by the high swells and crashing waves. Love the wildlife in Australia. You can purchase this image here.
Out on a whale watching cruise yesterday off Phillip Island, unfortunately we didn’t spot any, lots of playful dolphins and seals, There were lots of swells, rain and even hail stones at one point which made it all the more exciting. I love the way the waves dance and create quick moments of natures art. Victoria, Australia. You can purchase this image here.