Always something to see on the island, even when there are no boats and no people. 😁
On Saturday, we photographed Lake Tyers in flood. Everyone was expecting that it would break through to the sea at any moment. On Saturday – this is what it looked like: And at Nowa Nowa which feeds into Lake Tyers And today the sea broke through and the lake flooded out. Water is now coming
Red Bluff, Lake Tyers, from the lookout.
Funny day here in Lakes. Yesterday it was so hot, today it’s almost cold! The town is really busy – which is great and will go a long way to helping some of the local businesses continue into the new year. The new works on the Esplanade are terrific, and that end of the town
Been playing with my camera today – thinking I need to take some lessons on how to use it all. I took this one first, focusing on it’s little bowed head (It’s a flower on the flowering gum tree in our back yard) But then I moved and saw this! Such an amazing little flower,
We live in the most amazing and diverse part of the world, and we have it all here!! Melinda and Tony, aboard Lonsdale Eco Cruises get to enjoy it every day, as they take locals and visitors alike on a voyage of discovery!
Assessing Hewardia today
It can be dangerous crossing any bar,even for experienced Skippers
As the sun set tonight, the beautiful pinks and golds lit up the sky. My photo does not do justice to the wonderful display of light, shade and colour.