Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Monday Musings

Mondays, lately have been a day for exploring. I didn't realize how many trips I have done until I looked at my files and found several Monday maraudings. The first two photos were take while fungi hunting in the Weilangta Rainforest

On the way back from the forest, I was heading toward Bream Creek and took this photo of Maria Island.

Passed the trees

and the dairy farms

Bream Creek is a small rural community where creative people express themselves in their back yards.

Dunalley Beach with the tide way out.

On the way from Dunalley to Connelly's Marsh, the sky looked magnificent.
On this Monday it was a trip to Waterworks Reserve, again looking for fungi (no luck). However the old aquaduct appealed to me on this trip.

Then we moved to Sandy Bay where this boat shed appealed.

At Sandy Bay there was some old attachments on the sea wall where people would tie up their boats, I dare say.

The ducks enjoyed the beach.

Next stop on this trip was Blackman's Bay Blowhole. It would have been brilliant if the weather had of been wild, with the water booming through.

I was likin' this lichen. When I arrived home my new macro lens had arrived so of course I had to try it out using flowers from my garden.

It does a mighty job I think. What do you think?

Sunday, 9 November 2014

All Quiet Down Boomer Bay

Recently I was driving through Boomer Bay and I realised I'd never stopped in at the old cemetery where there are graves of the area's pioneers next to the scenic bay.