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.