Earlier this year, driving through the night along the borders of Wilpattu National Park in north-eastern Sri Lanka, our headlights revealed a road sign warning of elephants crossing. Unfortunately we were unable to stop to get a shot, but it’s an image I’ll never forget. This, captured up on Buderim Mountain the other day is almost as cute: This post was inspired by the Sunday Stills challenge this week: Billboards and Roadside Advertising. Pop over and have a look.
This week’s WP Photo Challenge gives me the opportunity to show you the very idiosyncratic horizons of the Sunshine Coast, dominated, to the south of Buderim, by the old volcanic plugs of the Glasshouse Mountains.
I have to put my hand up and declare I’m not a ‘brown’ person, though I’m drawn to brown people! Seriously though, since coming home I’ve been reacquainted with the fragrant beauty of the browns of the bush, and the soft and inviting foil they give, as we wander there. Here are some browns I was drawn to on the weekend, wandering around Buderim. Thanks to Ailsa for this week’s Travel Theme Challenge, Before I go – please cross your […]
Though life hasn’t taken on much in the way of a routine yet, imagine me wandering out from my (still almost empty) flat, down the road, across the street to the river, just in time to catch the sunrise – yes indeed, a very good morning from another Paradise. On the way back all I could do was marvel … … how beautiful is our world.