Showers, sun, showers, cloud, and then a ray of light shone upon the seas at Collers Beach, Mollymook! Love the silvery light 🙂
Another rock-pool at the Bogey Hole in Mollymook. The beauty on our door-step is endless and I'm finding new treasures are found everyday!
This afternoon at the Bogey Hole, Mollymook Beach. The Bogey Hole is one of several large natural rock-pools at the southern end of Mollymook Beach. Popular with the young and the old for swimming and snorkelling and magical at all tide levels.
Just managed to get a quick shot before our dip this morning at Narrawallee Beach. The water has been beautiful 22-23 degrees, the waves give you a bit of massage if you forget to duck and there's nothing like your natural dose of magnesium. Apparently 15 minutes in the ocean and you'll get your daily… Continue reading Natural dose of magnesium
A trip to our waste management depot this morning revealed a picturesque view of rolling hills, Burrill lake and Pigeon House mountain in the distance
This morning's soft orange glow over Narrawallee Beach as the sun rose near Bannister Head
Low tide is the perfect time to explore the rocks, crevices and rock-pools of Bannister Head. This one was over a meter deep and a picture perfect aquarium of plant-life and crustaceans quickly running away at the sight of curious humans.