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Pages tagged "Land and Seascapes"

Sunset Swirls

Beauty in Nature, a Sunset Abstract taken at Coombabah Wetlands which is part of the Internationally significant Southern Moreton Bay Marine Park and is registered in the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International importance. The Conservation area is at home to 274 species of animals,with seven species listed as 'vulnerable'or 'near threatened' including the koala,powerful owl and grey-headed flying fox and 24 internationally protected migratory bird species. Read more

Sunset Over The Brisbane River

As the cooler weather started at the end of April the colours at twilight were spectacular. Read more

Find Our Feathery Friend

Sometimes you make a photograph and you are totally surprised when you get home and watch your photograph on your screen. This was one of them. I love making photographs of my favorite picnic spot but I only realized that you could see a reflection of a bird in the water stream if you look closely. Magic...Straight away the poem of Angie Weiland Crosby popped up. "Deep in the Forest, I stroll. To hear the wisdom of my soul" Read more

Before The Rains Came

Before The Rains Came Read more

Moreton Mangrove de Light

Shining a light on Moreton Bay Read more

Mt Barney Moonrise

A full moon behind a bank of clouds adjacent to the silhouette of Mt Barney rises with a golden colour streaking through the clouds. Read more

Moreton Bay Breathing

Mangrove breathing roots in Toondah Harbour giving life to Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetlands. Read more

Tidal Sparkles

If you want to take a photo in the harsh daylight you have to be creative. Walking on the foreshore is always a pleasure because it is never the same. This morning was extra special with the beautiful blue color of the sea and all the amazing sparkles. The bird of prey flying over his habitat made this photo complete for me. Read more