A front row seat for sunrise over Tacking Point, Port Macquarie.
Well, a front row seat if you turn your head 90 degrees to the right and look East.
‘An aisle seat for sunrise over Tacking Point’ doesn’t quite work as well.
Maybe I shouldn’t have mentioned the seat at all.
In fact, the word ‘seat’ has been written too many times in this post already.
Lighthouse: “Ahem, I think I’m a little more impressive than that seat people.”
I named this image “Ghost Walkers”, thinking it was a pretty clever title.
But then I thought, “Do ghosts have feet?”
Don’t they just float around making noises similar to a cow giving birth?
Hmmm…I guess these COULD just be human footprints.
Kinda ruins the theme of the post though. Oh well.
Lighthouse Beach, Port Macquarie
Not sure how I achieved this shot, but let’s just say I meant it 🙂
It kinda looks like the rising sun has been skewered, ready for the BBQ.
Or maybe an alien figure…see the round head on top and the body below?
Or maybe it’s just a sunrise shot that’s gone wrong. Yep, I think that’s it.
Summer sunset over Port Macquarie, Australia.
Nice colours. Nice effect.
I’d like to say I was cooking a BBQ at the time with a beer in my hand,
but the truth is, I quickly snapped this pic in between changing nappies,
bathing kids, and reading books about magic possums and Jiggly Joggly Jelly.
Emerald Downs Golf Course, Port Macquarie.
I love the blue background of this shot.
This guy slept peacefully as we tried to hit a little white ball
into a tiny hole hundreds of metres away.
Somehow, I think he was more satisfied with his morning than we were 🙂
Tacking Point, Port Macquarie.
This shot was taken on the same morning as my previous ‘Shepherd’s Warning’ post.
I’ve done absolutely nothing to the image…no enhancement, no re-touching.
The sky really was that colour at sunrise. I promise.
It literally looked like Tacking Point was a volcano, spewing lava out into the ocean.
Anyway, I’m still blown away by the sunrise that morning, hence your second dose of it! 🙂
Lighthouse Beach – January 2013
I would like to claim credit for this piece of sand art,
however I only stumbled upon it on my evening walk.
Pretty impressive, although I bet the first kid to spot it the next morning
would have destroyed it!