Thank You team :-))
I love this entry gate.
Polly, this is our famous 'Kangaroo Paw' flower belonging to a family native to Western Australia. This red-and-green variety is Westoz's floral emblem. They are quite common in our South west bushland and flower in spring. Thanks for the
fav. Best regards..
Thank you Polly. Probably not my best shot ever, but I do love our native flora and try to show it off. Regards..
Polly, I'm surprised to hear that an Aboriginal is living in Ireland.
I've seen a couple of those big posters of UK and European lighthouses with ruddy great waves crashing into them. Mind blowing! I wouldn't want to be there! As far as I know, none of our lighthouses suffer that treatment. There are a couple of very isolated oceanic lights off the Oz coast. One is at the Rowley Shoals a long way out on the high seas. I've talked to a guy who was servicing it, and climbing on when it's rough is hair-raising he says!
Many thanks for the kind comment and Lk AnaMaria. Thanks for visiting. I'll visit your gallery soon. Trying to catch up with Pano friends. Best regards, Jock.
Lets hope you are Stuart and no broken legs this time. Hopefully the boats will play ball with you and none of them will be blurred when you take the shot. The bridge to the left of this shot is out of commission at the moment, making it difficult to get around this area. Sing out if you need a tour guide.
Wow, very interesting, I guess Robin has seen my few photographs, not many people used to take photos of Maralinga, as it was not considered very photogenic. I don't think I will be re visiting it, you did not say if the airfield was still in use, or did you make your way from the Nullabor highway at Watson, always interested to read about how my photographs can bring back so many memories.
Many thanks Nobby and enjoy future visits as it becomes more well established again
Best wishes. Gordon