Shepherd’s Warning


Pink sky in the morning…shepherd’s warning.
Pretty dull morning down at Lighthouse Beach. 🙂
Needless to say, I was blown away by this sunrise.
It was like the sky was on fire with vibrant reds and pinks and oranges.
Tacking Point headland almost looked like a volcano with lava spewing out into the sky.



Jellyfish on Lighthouse Beach.
There were hundreds of these blue suckers on the shore,
no doubt having a rest after a big night’s swim.
They reminded me of silicone breast implants.
How do I know what silicone breast implants look like?
Same way as everyone else – hard-hitting investigative “current affairs” programs. 🙂

Angled Peaks

Watonga Rocks, Lighthouse Beach
I find these rocks fascinating. So many colours and textures.
I’ll have to do some research and get back to you about type, age etc.
Anyway, I reckon they rock [insert riotous laughter].

Jacaranda Twist


Just had to share this photo.
I love this time of year when all the Jacaranda trees put on a show.
I’m going to dub November ‘The Lilac Month’ from now on.
Lilac? Lavender? Mauve? Violet? What do you think?
Oh, and that sky is amazing isn’t it.
I couldn’t stop looking at the streaky clouds dancing around,
set against a vivid blue backdrop. Awesome stuff.

Pink Sails


Hastings River at Port Macquarie Breakwall.
Not a bad day for a leisurely sail off the NSW mid north coast.
Unless of course you only know how to sail in one direction and can’t turn around.
Oh well…they’ll hit South America eventually 🙂


Crab Cakes


I don’t know about you, but I find it amazing that the by-product of crabs digging holes are these little balls of sand. Often there’ll be dozens of clusters along the beach.
Nice one crabs! Keep up the good work.

Yellow Brick Road


Sunrise over Lighthouse Beach.
I was going to call this photo “Golden Light” or “Golden Rays”,
however they seemed a bit too obvious.
So “Yellow Brick Road” it is.
I kept an eye out for a little girl, a lion, a scarecrow and a dude made of tin,
but they must have slept in. Hey, that rhymes!