So many flowers and so much green after a wet winter had the western Queensland desert transformed. Expecting dry and more hostile conditions we were greeted with a lush environment so different to the one in our minds’ eyes. Advertisements
The Sunshine Coast is renowned for its sunshine of course. This morning though in the farming hinterland there was a big frost creating a very different landscape. The air was fresh fresh fresh and the icy chill in the air exhilarating. It is now a much balmier 15 degrees here in the hinterland hills.
From the spring garden comes perfume, colour and nature’s own special designs ……….
Could not resist the glistening vistas at Noosa Beach this morning. Sunshine, the freshest warm air and crystal clear water at 20’C. The little dot on the upper left is a paddle boarder. Spring is here. iPhone photo
In just thirty minutes on a mid winter July morning the sunrise and the morning light was a treat for the photographer. The warm ocean and the cold air conjured up a mystical fog. The light danced and weaved its way through the 30 minutes I strolled along Mylestom Beach. Mylestom is a tiny hamlet on the North Coast of New South Wales Australia….