Thursday, 25 May 2017

As the sun goes down!

Still at Hervey Bay and a few photos of the sun setting.  I presume the lady has had her baby now :)






Love taking photos of the foam.
The playground below - part of. The beach is to the left.



The 2 photos below taken from another beach near where we stayed in the caravan park.  I guess the people are getting mud crabs.




Photo below is opposite some shops with the beach to the left and walkway for miles along beside the sea.  One would have thought there would be 'A Telstra Air' on that phone booth. Australians mostly know what I mean.  It's a Wi-fi that one can access from your home Wi-fi, that's the idea the top of the box is pink if Wi-fi is available.


56 comments:

  1. Very good photos, especially of the backlighting. Surely the lady, she has the baby in her arms.

    Kisses

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  2. My grandboys would love that playground! The first shot of the silhouette of the pregnant woman is so nice.

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    1. Thanks. I reckon your grandchildren would have a ball in the playgrounds there, I've only shown a wee bit.

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  3. I really like the one with the pregnant person... Great shot, and unusual at the same time.

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    1. Certainly unusual at sunset, I turned around and there she was in all her glory :)

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  4. Lovely. Your foam photos are better than any I have ever managed.

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  5. It's very shallow water and so a great place to find sea creatures buried in the sand. I worry about what makes the foam in the sea.

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  6. The colours in that sunset are just lovely.

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    1. They are. Every night nearly we went to the beach at sunset :)

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  7. The first photo is just awesome.. it is a beautiful capture.. the silhouette of the lady is very beautiful...

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    1. Thanks Krishna, I expect I was at the right place at the right time :)

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  8. Really wonderful photos. Thank you for bringing us so much beauty.

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  9. Either that or she had a whole watermelon for her lunch!! :)

    The mud crabs would be across the water...over in the mangrove habitats.

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    1. Lol, watermelon :)
      I expect so re mud carbs, you would know better than I. :)

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  10. Pink top for wifi connection? That's handy to know.
    I love the foam 'intersection'.

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    1. Amazing River how there are not many Wi-Fi Air about.

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  11. Fabulous photo's, and yes, I too love that first one ...

    All the best Jan

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  12. Boa tarde, as belas fotos revelam o belo momento fotografico, são lindas, cativam.
    AG

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  13. These are wondrous, especially the foam shot. What an amazing design.

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  14. Lovely photos of the beach. You have such a long beach without any islands (as we have here).
    This public Wi-Fi is a great idea.

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    1. Yes we do have long stretches of beach without interruption from anything.
      It's a good idea the Wi-Fi, this particular one works off you own data at your home.

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  15. Forgot to say that the sunsetis very beautiful.

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  16. I love the scene with the pregnant lady. Nice framing between the trees.

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  17. Lovely photos! I suppose there is tide in some of the photos. We do not have it here in Finland.

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    1. Yes, the tide comes in then it goes out to return :)
      Didn't know you had no tide in Finland.

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  18. Beautiful, the beaches, the forests, the water surrounding the beaches, absolutely great.

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  19. Beautiful, the beaches, the forests, the water surrounding the beaches, absolutely great.

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