The second running of this cattle drive will be run 8th-14th April, 2018, and I will again be participating.
A series of aerial (drone) images of the Bribie Island bridge and Pumicestone Passage, Queensland.
This forest scene caught my attention on the hike up Mt. Ngungun, one of the glasshouse mountains on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.
The 2.8 km round-trip hike is well worth including in your plans.
A pair of aerial images capturing some people resting between jet-ski rides and enjoying summer in Pumicestone Passage on the northern tip of Bribie Island, Queensland.
Having recently relocated, this was my first real adventure out exploring the area for images; this is a 37-image (four rows) aerial panoramic stitch of Lake Kurwongbah, in Petrie/Kallangur, just a little north of Brisbane.
The following is a portion of the aerial panoramic stitch above.
Hope you enjoy. Cheers
“Fraser” is the largest sand island in the world, is fascinating in its diversity, and absolutely stunning. I recently spent two nights on family vacation on the splendid Fraser Island, Queensland. As it was a family holiday, these were opportunistic photos and as such do not represent the vast diversity of habitats and scenery.
This is Lake McKenzie – a beautiful spot to have a freshwater swim.
The view back as you approach Lake Wabby.
The view up the sand dune from Lake Wabby.
Sunrise ocean motion.
Stranded jellyfish again.
Beach Spinifex (Spinifex sericeus) in front of She-oaks (Allocasuarina and Casuarina spp.).
Beach Spinifex (Spinifex sericeus).
Goats-foot Convolvulus (Ipomea pescaprae subsp. brasiliensis) and Beach Spinifex (Spinifex sericeus).
North view from Indian Head.
South view from Indian Head.
The beautiful Pacific Ocean as it meets the beach next to Indian Head.
4WD’s from Indian Head.
Contemplation on Indian Head.
A very busy day at the famed Champagne Pools.
Cruising down Eli Creek.
Aerial views of some of the volcanic plugs (remnants of volcanic activity that occurred 25-27 million years ago), known as the Glasshouse Mountains on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. Some of the mountains included in these images are Mount Beerwah, Mount Coonowrin (‘Crookneck’), Mount Ngungun, Mount Tibrogargan, and Mount Tunbubudla (‘The Twins’).