Monday, December 17, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 48 & 49}

Still behind but here's another 2 weeks worth:
Day 330 (November 25) - Glasshouse Mountains sunset from Wildhorse Mountain. Not the best sunset cloud or colourwise but it's a steep walk to the top so I wasn't going home without anything. 

Day 331 (November 26) - Brisbane is a mass of Poinciana red in December.

Day 332 (November 27) - Afternoon cloud reflections in city buildings

Day 333 (November 28) - Whiptail Wallaby. I'm pretty sure there's a joey in that pouch!

Day 334 (November 29) - Eastern Yellow Robin at O'Reilly's, Lamington National Park, QLD.

Day 335 (November 30) - Crimson Rosella photobombing my sunset at O'Reilly's, Lamington National Park, QLD.

Day 336 (December 1) - Flight of the Eastern Curlew, Wellington Point, QLD.

Day 337 (December 2) - Seeds & bokeh.

Day 338 (December 3) - King Island off Wellington Point on a beautiful Summer's day.

Day 339 (December 4) - Under the Jetty, Wellington Point, QLD.

Day 340 (December 5) - On the Jetty, Wellington Point, QLD.

Day 341 (December 6) - Black-faced Cuckoo-Shrike (Juvenile), looks nothing like the adults!

Day 342 (December 7) - View of the Scenic Rim from Rotary Lookout, Mount Tamborine, QLD.

Day 343 (December 8) - Crimson Rosella on Witches Falls walking track, Mount Tamborine, QLD.
Sharing with Gina & Sarah:
Naptime Momtog


TexWisGirl said...

gorgeous scenery, but that sweet yellow robin steals the show! :) first time i've seen one of those!

eileeninmd said...

Lovely images, the birds are all beautiful!

E.liza"BETH" said...

i live in the wrong area. need to move asap. those views are unbelievable. wow!! those birds are so gorgeous. lovely!! i can't pick a favorite. so beautiful. glad you shared with us. enjoy your day. ( :

Brian King said...

Beautiful photos! I especially like the robin, wallaby, and under bridge shots! Gorgeous scenery!

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Beautiful scenes Liz. You have been to the sea, the mountains and the city - birds, sunsets, skyscrapers, jetty - so much more than a garden and a kitchen sink.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Oh Liz these are so beautiful. B

GOOSE said...

That jetty photo is outstanding!

Carole M. said...

I hope to get to visit Lamington some time, I love the robin. Also the poinciana ...remember those how striking. Some lovely shots here Liz; best wishes

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

These are all gorgeous photos, Liz! I love the birds but I can't even pick a favorite!

GB said...

The first photo of the mountains reminds me how unique (in my limited experience) Australia is. I have seen perhaps a thousand miles of the Western seaboard (from Margaret River to Shark Bay - because of the damage caused by a cyclone the roads were still close further North). Every time I see new pictures such as you have shown I realise how much I want to return.

We have some very long jetties in New Zealand. I must try exploring them from a new angle!

Gina Kleinworth said...

These are INCREDIBLE. No worries on being behind- we are just happy to see what you capture- whenever you post it. Hope your health improves- you have been on my mind

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