Port campbell — When my mother visited the Great Ocean Road a few years ago on her last visit to Australia, I tried to coax her to walk with me out across the two great spans of “our” London Bridge. ‘No’, she said, ‘it might fall’. ‘You’re right,’ I answered cunningly, ‘it might fall tomorrow, or it might fall in a thousand years. And I rather think it will be a little closer to a thousand years.’ Mother j...
Aireys inlet — I am always a little reticent to post yet another sunrise on Hi. After all, there’s only so much one can say about the sun rising again each morning. Also, I’m sure the serious photographers on Hi (...
Aireys inlet — And watch the world go by.
Aireys inlet — For the past thirty five years I have walked by this bench several times a week, always thinking that some day soon I will take the time to sit down and do nothing but contemplate the sea. Yet to the...
Love nature! I'd never seen moss in such a saturated orange color. A perfect combination with the sea blue behind...
Ocean waves, I can hear the sea
Grotta Azzurra in Capri !!
For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), It’s always our self we find in the sea.
Stepping on sand that is 460 kilometers away from home feels so liberating; that I have completed step one of my journey.
Bench with a View
Our London Bridge
Man is the Measure of All Things
"You'll know when you arrived".
The mind moves more freely
If there is poetry . . .
In the Deeps
What breaks in daybreak?
The Great Clepsydra
I live by the sea.
One way to find some motivation...
Playing on the edge of the Adriatic Sea
I hadn't seen the Atlantic in over two years.
Watching jellyfish is a way to be wonderfully calm. I could do it for hours.
In a Sombre Mood
Put to sea!
Looking Down on a Currawong
Six AM Alarm
Where are you sailing to on this windy afternoon?
Aussie Beach Holiday
In the Offing
This morning's sunrise
What colour is the sea? 9
What colour is the sea? 8
What colour is the sea? 7