Monday, 12 March 2018

Dicky Beach, Queensland.

Near Dicky Beach in Queensland - map below.

We headed to other beaches below the Sunshine Coast but of course it's still classed as the Sunshine Coast and came across Dicky Beach plus a few others.
Looking out to sea we found many ships sailing with their cargo on board.  We stood for ages watching in the distance as those ships sailed by.








39 comments:

  1. Heipsan,
    it's nice to see blue sea, because we have ice on it.
    Lovely photos.
    Hugs

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    1. Very different from one side of the world to the other :)

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  2. The map is useful, just north of Caloundra.

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    1. That's right. I like to put a map on blog once in a while as it helps to let us all know where these places are in Australia.

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  3. El azul del mar es muy relajante. los colores de las fotografías están muy bien conseguidos.

    Besos

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    1. Sea has so many different colours, it's amazing really.

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  4. Is there anything that is not shipped in a container these days?

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  5. That is one big container ship. I would have watched for quite a while too.

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  6. Sitting on a beach watching ships sail by a great way to spend a few hours.
    Merle.........

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  7. Where is the old wreck? That was a draw card when I lived up at Caloundra and
    Mooloolaba.
    The container ships going to the Far Eastern (China, Taiwan, Japan Etc) countries going and coming from the Port of Brisbane are still quite near the coast.
    Colin

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    1. Can't recall seeing the wreck maybe we were in a different area.

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    2. If I recall the "wreck" is in a river like inlet and Margaret that beach like most of the beaches in that area is very long.
      Colin

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  8. What a lovely spot... Love being able to see the ships too.

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    1. Was very nice being there watching as we have never seen ships loaded sailing.

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  9. Hi friend! Such lovely views of the water and sky. Looks very peaceful. I hope you have a nice week. xo Mildred

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  10. We often used to call those cargo ships $2 plastic ships and tell each other there goes another load to the Cheap as Chips stores. Quite insensitive we were. The beach looks beautiful.

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    1. :) Well you maybe correct if coming into Australia but these ships were going out to goodness know where :)

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  11. Post all the shoreline shots you want. Really. I'm okay with that.

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  12. Beautiful sea views but I’d rather be on land than on one of those ships!

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    1. Don't mind crossing on the ship that takes us across the sea from Tasmania to the State of Victoria, but that's about it.

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  13. great pics of a very pretty part of the country. it looks relaxing too

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  14. magnificent beach dear Margaret!!!

    i just want to be there to breath refreshingly

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  15. The first and third photographs are just so beautiful ...

    All the best Jan

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  16. When I was a little girl I caught a flat-head there...and the damn thing spiked me. I immediately yelped and dropped it...back into the sea!

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