Megalong Valley

This week we visit Megalong Valley, situated in the beautiful Blue Mountains. We stopped at the Megalong Valley Tearooms http://www.megalongtearooms.com/ and enjoyed a pot of tea in the peaceful surrounds of the valley. It really was a pleasure being in this serene place… I didn’t want to leave. I hope you enjoy the images below, and don’t forget to vote! 🙂

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1. A stunning eucalypt.
2. More beauty.
3. A block of land (that I wouldn’t mind owning!)
4. And now for something completely different 😉
5. The sky put on a great show for us…
6. A wee bit of brightness.
7. An old shed in the garden of the tearooms.
8. Caught in the act!
9. A caboose…a long way from the nearest railway.
10. The road from which we came…

Last week’s favourite image:

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Botany Bay National Park

This week we visit Botany Bay National Park. The park is situated approximately 16 km south-east of the Sydney central business district, on the northern and southern headlands of Botany Bay. The northern headland is at La Perouse and the southern headland is at Kurnell.

A number of memorials, commemorating Australia’s history are located at the entrance to the Kurnell Peninsula portion of the Botany Bay National Park. This area has a coast walk connecting the memorials, and is near the information centre and a museum.

SOMETHING NEW!! You can now vote for your favourite photo 🙂

Do have a look at my partner Ray’s site: http://www.rayscam.com/

1. Taking off!
2. Kingsford Smith Airport in the distance.
3. It was a dark and moody day; perfect for dramatic photography…
4. Loving this contrast!
5. Through the trees…
6. Looks like rain in the distance.
7. The bay where James Cook landed in 1770.
8. ’twas a strange day; rain, then sun, then both…
9. There was a rocks-slide here some years ago, can you see?
10. Windy day made for a lot of this!

 

Bondi Beach

Here we are again at Bondi Beach. The last time we were here, it was for a wonderful outdoor art exhibition, and we strolled from Bondi towards Tamarama Beach. This time, though, we just walked along the beach boulevard, enjoying the sun and scenery 🙂

Do have a look at my partner, Ray’s site: http://www.rayscam.com/

 

Part of the Bondi Pavilion.
Dad and son time
Seagulls were struggling with the wind.
Taking off…
Glimpse of the surf…
Loving these colours!
Nice place to be…
…and a GREAT place to live!!
This gorgeous girl, Stella, was having a ball! 😉
Peaks!

 

See you next week! 🙂

Alleyways…

This week is another collection due to Ray’s work interfering with his life, hehehe… After hunting through old unused photos, I came up with a selection of alleyways in both Sydney and Melbourne. I hope you enjoy this compilation…

Do have a look at his beautiful photographic website: http://www.rayscam.com/

In the back streets of the city of Sydney.
One many alleyways in the city of Melbourne.
Flowers are sold in this alleyway..again, in Melbourne.
In the China Town vicinity, Melbourne.
Centre Place, Melbourne.
We had a lovely coffee and sweet treat in this alleyway… 😉
In The Rocks area, Sydney.
On the way back from an afternoon at Darling Harbour, Sydney.
An alleyway off Pitt St. Mall.
On the way to Circular Quay, Sydney.

See you again soon! 🙂