What an incredible 10 days, from Bundeena to Noosa, with several changes of temperature in between, never mind the change in wardrobe. I am so grateful to my sister and her partner for arranging these wonderful experiences during my stay in Australia.
Bundeena. Water and cliffs. The sky varied hugely during the three days.
A freezing southerly meant that we needed the open fire every night.
There was no eating outside, so the wildlife had to go hungry this time.
Then off to more incredible beaches, with a substantial difference in temperature, with water temperatures of 20 degrees C which seemed chilly to my sister, but almost tropical to me.
I was mesmerised by the colours of the water, the effect of the light on the rocks and the patterns of the waves. Too many photos to show but some key memories are below. Animal encounters this time were: brushturkeys catching an enormous worm; shoals of fish in the shallows as we swam and tumbling through the light shining through the back of a rising wave; and a highlight of finding a pair of sea eagles up a quiet creek, seeing one of them catch a fish and then eat it in front of us.
Work of an anonymous beach artist